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Mercedes-AMG Hypercar Will Actually Use F1 Engine; Could Be Badged As An "EQ" Model

All the hype surrounding Mercedes-AMG’s upcoming hybrid hypercar has led to a flurry of speculation about every corner and crevice of the yet-to-be-named machine. One particular piece of detail we can at least rest easy about now is the car’s engine, after none other than AMG boss Tobias Moers told Car Advice that the hypercar will not only use an F1-derived engine, but an actual F1 engine.
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