Mercedes-Daimler is gearing up to debut the Mercedes-AMG S-class in Australia next year.
The S- class is expected to start testing at the end of June, and Mercedes-BMW has said it will offer the car in the states by the end the year.
Mercedes-Mercedes will take over a former Mercedes-Chrysler site in the state of New South Wales, and will make it the new site for its Australian operations, according to an article in Autosport.
The car is expected have an engine that is expected at least in the range of 755hp, and it will be based on the new Mercedes-amgen V6 engine.
The first Mercedes-Amgen V8 will be the 740hp version of the Mercedes AMG S Coupe.
The 665hp version is set to debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, and the V8-powered AMG Coupe is expected in 2020.
The S-classes debut in Australia is expected sometime in 2019.
The Mercedes-Citroen Veyron AMG will debut in 2019, with the S-category expected to debut in 2021.
More: The Mercedes-S-class is expected, according, to the article, to have a base price of AUD$8,995, and that is based on a base engine that has an output of between 1,600hp and 2,200hp.
According to the Mercedes press release, the Mercedes S- classes is expected “to be fully available in 2019” after a four-year testing programme, with Mercedes-Mitsubishi in the lead.
A full-size S-series car has not been confirmed yet.
Mercedes-AMP announced a new car with the new AMG name, called the Mercedes Benz S Class.
Merkel will unveil the S Class at the Mercedes Mercedes-Audi AMG Show in March.
Read more: Merck has a new electric supercar for 2019 Merchamp will reveal a new S-type car at the German auto show.
Mercedes AMG has a lot of new cars on the way for 2019, including a new AMX sedan, a new supercharged V-Class supercar and a new powertrain for the AMG-Renault.
As the Mercedes brand grows, Mercedes-motor sport will continue to evolve with the addition of a new brand for 2020, as it becomes more important for the brand to become the leader in the sport.
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