Before we get to see the Mercedes-AMG Project One hypercar's actual body, we got to take a peek at its powertrain.

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It's basically a 2015-ish Formula 1 powertrain, with a few bits either added or changed.

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The engine is a 1.6-liter, turbocharged V6.

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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.

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The suspension is pushrod-type.

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The intake will suck in air from above the body.

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Thanks to the two electric motors, each front wheel can operate independently, putting power where it needs to go.

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If you think it's complicated, you have no idea.

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The engine is expected to run for about 50,000 kilometers before it requires tending to.

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Keep on scrolling to check out even more pictures of one of the coolest powertrains you'll see all year.

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