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Meet the most powerful 2,000cc production engine

13th June 2019


With an output of up to 416 hp, the completely newly developed Mercedes-AMG 2.0 litre M 139 engine is the world's most powerful turbocharged four-cylinder engine in series production. With this engine, Mercedes-AMG has exceeded the previously most powerful M 133 engine by 40 hp. Maximum torque has also increased from 350 to up to 369 lb-ft. With an output per litre of up 208 hp, the new Mercedes-AMG high-performance turbo engine even ranks ahead of many well-known supercar engines. The new, highly efficient engine is produced on an innovative production line in Affalterbach, on the ‘One Man, One Engine’ principle.

It is available in two output versions for the compact models of Mercedes-AMG: with 416 hp for the S model and 382 hp in the base version. This product policy logic has already proved successful in the V8-powered AMG Performance models, and more closely meets customer wishes.

With this configuration, the AMG engineers have achieved a power delivery similar to that of a naturally aspirated engine for an even more emotional driving experience. The developers were also able to realise a dynamically increasing torque curve in the lower engine speed range, thereby improving agility. The increasing torque at higher rpm makes the engine more free revving. Moreover, the high maximum engine speed (up to 7200 rpm) confirms the M 139 as a sports engine.

"We already set the benchmark in the segment with the preceding engine. This fundamentally new four-cylinder presented us with the challenge of doing even better. And we succeeded with a number of sometimes revolutionary solutions. With the M 139, we have once again impressively demonstrated the engine expertise of Mercedes-AMG. Not only is the output per litre unrivalled for a turbocharged engine, the high level of efficiency also demonstrates that the internal combustion engine still has further potential," said Tobias Moers, Chairman of Mercedes-AMG GmbH.

 

 


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