After seeing her turn with confidence for his first outing on urban roads in Germany, the Mercedes A-Class AMG was brought to the track by engineers in Stuttgart.
In fact, our testers were surprised hunter a forklift revolutionized the new Class A whiz in the circuit of the Nurburgring putting a strain on the engine, suspension, tires and brakes during tests of reliability.
The mule track is very surprised, in disguise and we can only imagine how it could be the baby Mercedes AMG version of the magazine.
But we can anticipate a rigid structure and lower than the standard version, a powerful engine derived from the 5.5-liter V8 that powers the SLK 55 AMG roadster with appropriate modifications. Note that AMG has yet to produce engines for compact cars, so there's a lot of curiosity for the A-Class AMG engine.
To market the Mercedes A-Class AMG is expected to be competitive with rivals behind to an established history: Volkswagen Golf GTI first of all, then there are Audi RS3 and Ford Focus ST, Renault Clio RS and Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio Verde TBi.