Mercedes-Benz Unveils The World's Most Powerful 4-Cylinder Engine In All-New C 63 AMG Performance
With 671 hp on tap, the new C63 AMG makes more horsepower than the previous model with half the cylinders.
After decades of trying to break into the American domestic market, Formula 1 racing is presently having its day in the sun ...
with a significant rise in popularity here owing to social media and streaming services.
So it comes as no surprise that F1 is heavily marketed in media other than reality TV and tik-taks in the race paddock.
According to their most recent press release, Mercedes-Benz and its brand-new C 63 AMG want to appeal to ...
the newly interested audience by bringing F1 technology to the general public through their hybrid technology.
This new C 63 AMG uses F1 hybrid technology to provide a combined total power output of 671 hp,
which is greater than the previous model's output with 4 less cylinders.
Formula 1 Technology For The People
The German carmaker links its rear-axle, two-speed electric motor with the M139I engine,
effectively removing any turbo lag as the newest development in the illustrious AMG lineage. The hybrid technology used in the F1 paddock is comparable to this.
This not only makes it possible to use endless amounts of boost, but it also turns the C 63 into a supercar killer with 671 horsepower and 752 lb-ft of torque.
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