Due to the introduction of the Mercedes-AMG A35 There was initial speculation that it could replace the Mercedes-AMG A45 as the top equipment of the A-Class. However, a new spy video confirms that the AMG A45 version of the hatchback will be retained.
According to AMG boss Tobias Moers, there are many things that inspire the AMG A45. Initially, the 2.0-liter in-line four engine will produce at least 400 hp. It will partner with the latest 4MATIC setup from Mercedes with drift mode. Next, all of the power is distributed through an eight-speed dual clutch transmission.
The spy video shows a black AMG A45 that is partially covered with a black and white camouflage. The wraps appear to hide the front of the car, including the hood, grille, and bumper. The side skirt and the lower part of the rear bumper housing of the exhaust systems are also provided with the same camouflage packaging.
As we are used to, the areas covered indicate where the biggest changes will take place compared to the existing models of the car. Hence, one of the most anticipated changes will likely be found on the front grille. It is possible that the AMG A45 will already have the Panamericana grille design of the other AMG models with top equipment. If you go back you will also see a four-pipe exhaust system.
The previous espionage recordings of the AMG A45 showed a Right hand drive version of those who confirm the hot hatch is tied in places like the UK and Australia. With the US already getting the A-Class sedan, there are doubts whether or not the hatchback version of the vehicle will ever hit American soil. However, the A-class hatchback was seen recently Testing on the summit of Mount Evans in Colorado This gives us hope that Mercedes can finally offer the product in its US dealerships.