Mercedes-AMG A45 S flies the Nurburgring circle in 7 minutes 48 secondsMarch 23, 2020
As part of the published video, it is shown how the high-performance German hatchback Mercedes-AMG A45 S can drive the Nurburgring race track in 7 minutes 48 seconds.
The “hot” German hatchback Mercedes-AMG A45 S combines impressive performance and good practicality. The car is so powerful that it can quite overcome the whole circle of the Nurburgring at the pace of a supercar and spend 7 minutes 48 seconds on it.
The Mercedes-AMG A45 S is equipped with a 2.0-liter turbocharged in-line 4-cylinder engine, but the power this device produces is amazing. A small in-line engine can quite produce 415 horsepower and a torque of 499 Nm, which makes it the most powerful serial four-cylinder engine at the moment.
The A45 S uses the AMG 4Matic all-wheel drive system with more productive settings to transmit this impressive power to the wheels, as well as a number of advanced electronic means for distributing torque between the wheels.
This all-wheel drive system allows the A45 S to develop truly impressive cornering speeds thanks to its ability to reduce torque to us where it really is needed. Power is delivered through an 8-speed dual-clutch AMG gearbox that accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.9 seconds.
As for performance on the track, the time required for the high-performance A45 S to “fly through” one full circle of the Nurburgring track is 7 minutes and 48 seconds. This result is very impressive, especially when you consider all the cars that he was able to go around. This lap time corresponds to the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, which in 2007 “ran” the track in 7 minutes 48 seconds. The Bavarian BMW M4 showed a time of 7 minutes 52 seconds, and the Caterham R500 SuperLight, which worked for 7 minutes 55 seconds.
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