Tuned Mercedes by AMG
Affalterbach Motorenbau entwicklung Gesellschaft（アファルタバッハ エンジン開発 有限公司）
In the 1980s, the German Autobahn encompassed unrestricted speed traffic zones in the country. This mode of transportation changes the value of the automobile. The methods of transportation between locations included airplanes, high-speed railroads, and high-speed sustainable automobiles. This transportation environment has led to the development of the tuned Mercedes, a limousine with higher performance and durability. Based on this thinking, tuned cars were born. AMG was a pioneer in this field. AMG boasted of its remarkable performance in the Spa-Francorchamps 24-hour race in 1971. Later, it was adopted by the French Air Force and gained recognition. AMG made it possible for customers to order high-performance sedans that could compete with Porsche sports cars on a per-customer basis, and even won the approval of Mercedes, the manufacturer of the cars.
The soul of AMG is the engine itself,
which has become a precision machine.