‘AMG's core business is engines, and with Mercedes committed to direct-injection for its entire range of gasoline engines in 2004, the engineers at Affalterbach are working on in-house performance variants that inevitably produce more horsepower per liter.’ Diesel-powered vehicles took a record 36.5% of the German market this past January. So little wonder that AMG, Mercedes-Benz's fast-growing performance division, is seriously researching “hot” diesel engines. “We're thinking about ...
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