Mercedes-AMG GmbH, commonly known as AMG, is the high-performance subsidiary of Daimler AG under Mercedes-Benz division. AMG independently hires engineers and contracts with manufacturers to customize Mercedes-Benz AMG vehicles. Mercedes-AMG is headquartered in Affalterbach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
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- Porsche will explain in great detail that the new model is 4.5% stiffer than the previous one and 5.8 grams lighter because it has titanium wheel nuts, but those are not the sorts of fact that work well when you are competing for viewers with House of Cards and Billions and a lot of grunting sex on Sky Atlantic. I’m afraid it’s the same story with any AMG Mercedes. It may be a tiny bit quicker from zero to 62mph than the previous model, and the Comand system may allow you to check how economically you’ve driven over the past 30.8 miles. But all of this is overshadowed by the thunderous noise and the massive wiggly back end.
- Jeremy Clarkson, "The Clarkson review: 2017 Mercedes E-class coupe" (6 June 2017), Driving
- Encyclopedic article on Mercedes-AMG on Wikipedia