It's a Formula 1 car for the road, borrowing the best of Mercedes-AMG's motorsport technology to build one seriously gnarly road car.
Before we get to see the Mercedes-AMG Project One hypercar's actual body, we got to take a peek at its powertrain.
It's basically a 2015-ish Formula 1 powertrain, with a few bits either added or changed.
The engine is a 1.6-liter, turbocharged V6.
It buddies up with four electric motors -- two electric motors drive the front axle, while the other two mate to the gas engine mounted midship.
The suspension is pushrod-type.
The intake will suck in air from above the body.
Thanks to the two electric motors, each front wheel can operate independently, putting power where it needs to go.
If you think it's complicated, you have no idea.
The engine is expected to run for about 50,000 kilometers before it requires tending to.
Keep on scrolling to check out even more pictures of one of the coolest powertrains you'll see all year.
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