The Formula One-derived hypercar – which has been delayed numerous times due to issues with emissions compliance – is finally set for launch in 2021.
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The long-awaited Mercedes-AMG One hypercar – which will reportedly be driven by a modified Formula One hybrid power unit – has been teased in a new YouTube video.

The 43 second clip gives the best insight yet into the vehicle’s complex active aerodynamic package.

The interior is also shown off, and we catch a glimpse of a car's substantial centre-mounted infotainment screen and digital cluster behind the steering wheel.

Officially unveiled as a concept in 2017, the car’s 1.6-litre V6 Formula One-derived hybrid power unit is expected to produce approximately 745kW. This will permit a 0-100km/h acceleration time of roughly 2.2 seconds.

The project, which was originally slated for launch in 2019, has faced several major production hurdles relating to emission compliance – customers have reportedly now been told they can expect the first deliveries to take place in 2021.

Just 275 examples of the hybrid hypercar will be built, and, according to Mercedes-AMG, all have now been sold. The initial price was reported as €2.27 million (AU$3.6 million).