Mercedes' head of research and development has revealed we'll likely see an AMG hybrid by the end of the decade.

Mercedes' head of research and development has revealed we'll likely see an AMG hybrid by the end of the decade.

Speaking to Autocar, Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber said “Every car line has to reduce fuel consumption - even AMG."  The board member went on to say the company hasn't offered an AMG hybrid as of yet because the "customer wouldn’t buy it" but they're already preparing for a day when it becomes necessary.

Weber went on to suggest an AMG hybrid could have an e-boost system which uses an electric motor and a small battery to increase performance.  

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