2019 Mercedes-AMG A35 Sedan AWD Release Date, Price, Redesign, & Spy Shots – It’s probable that the A35 sedan is becoming created for the American market, but as opposed to Audi, Mercedes doesn’t want any of its marketplaces to feel kept out. Help save for the S3, this terrible child is just about heading to be exclusive in the market.
Looking at the spy shots, we instantly discovered prop shafts which are adhering out of the rear wheels, implying an AWD system. All the compact AMG models have 4Matic, so it’s not like we uncovered anything crucial. But you hardly ever see AWD on compact sedans. Jetta? No AWD. Civic? No AWD. This is a bit like experiencing iPhone X internals in the SE model: overkill. They might pull off making use of front-wheel-drive even with the expected 300 HP output, but that’s not the German way.
Although the bodywork beneath that camo wrap appearance really sporty, this is just the AMG Line package, which we discovered at the launch of the 2019 A-Class hatchback. We don’t predict any main changes, but the exhaust system requirements a very little work well before the launch.
Whilst contesting specifically with the S3 sedan, the boss of AMG hinted that these particular softcore performance models could have one thing special setting them separate. We imagine this is an EQ boost system, related to the one on the 2.0-liter turbo fitted to the E-Class Coupe/Cabrio (E 350). This will likely decrease powertrain delay, then add torque and enable for a to 100 kph time of under 5 seconds, rendering it about as fast as a Porsche 718 Cayman pricing about €10,000 much more. We can’t wait around for that drag race to take place!