Here’s How a Mercedes-AMG V8 Engine Is Built

Here's How a Mercedes-AMG V8 Engine Is Built
Each Mercedes-AMG GT engine is put together by one person, not by an assembly line. In total, it takes that person 11 steps, and approximately three hours, to complete the task.

From the Series: Supercar Superbuild: Mercedes AMG GT

Here’s How a Mercedes-AMG V8 Engine Is Built

12 thoughts on “Here’s How a Mercedes-AMG V8 Engine Is Built”

  1. to all the people saying that combustion engines are obsolete or that tesla is better… No the way you think is sad and the only thing that is sadder than your ignorant comment is the fact that these engines will never come close to be used at their full potential because lets face it humanity sucks and in all honesty we're not worthy. Just to be clear i dont have any issue with tesla or electric engines i think they're great i think that the majority of the vehocule on the road should be electric or at the very least an hybrid. What's a car too you is probably just a tool to get you to point A to point B that's a low end car nothing great nothing special it looks like every other car on the road and the performance are mediocre at best this is what everyday people need and use daily this is the categorie of car that should and need to be electric.But wait… Here's the good stuff, the real deal the cars that are considered priceless work of art and marvels of engineering like let's say a Mercedes V12 amg.If one day combustion engines get banned or just go exctinct because people can't grasp on the concept of logic, inovation and moderation, if this day come this is gonna be the end of one of the things that makes life beautiful because there's nothing that can beat the sound of a good combustion engine can make.

  2. An engine being built by one person isn't that impressive, unless maybe it's a backyard or garage build. Giving a person too many responsibilities increases the likelihood that they will miss something, although it probably makes your job a bit less monotonous.

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