We have been hearing lately all sorts of news regarding small engines, emissions limits, fuel-efficiency, downsizing of the smaller engines, and more emission limits. The Mercedes-Benz AMG division does not know anything about any of these and neither its clients and has to cope with other problems.

So, due to strong demand for its high-performance cars, Mercedes-AMG is to start the assembly of its 12-cylinder engines in a new location at Daimler’s site in Mannheim. The workers who currently build the V12 at the AMG headquarters in Affalterbach will be shifted to the eight-cylinder engine lines. The 12-cylinder unit fitted in S 65, S 65 Coupe, G 65 and SL 65 models will continue to be developed at Affalterbach.

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