Mercedes-AMG A35 Sedan

 
 
responsive to the throttle

 

Mercedes-AMG A35 Sedan

The Mercedes-AMG world is for those that need to stand apart from the crowd. From the Mercedes-AMG A 35 to the Mercedes-AMG G63, the AMG badge stands for performance. The AMG A35 meets the desire for exceptional driving dynamics and high performance in the compact car segment. At first, the AMG A35 was attracting younger customers who demanded high performance along with a comfortable amount of space for passengers and luggage and the ability to accelerate from 0-60 in 4.6 seconds. Soon the second car appeal of the AMG A35 caught on to a wider audience who needed something smaller than an SUV in their driveways.

 

 
 

 
 

 

When The Desire For Performance Is Real

“Following the very successful launch of the hatchback model, things are moving along dynamically in the compact class segment at AMG. Sport sedans are the origin of Mercedes-AMG and part of the brand’s core. With our new A 35, we are transporting this history into modern times in the form of a very attractive model that serves as a point of entry into the world of AMG and also appeals to new customer groups,” states Tobias Moers, CEO of Mercedes-AMG.

The AMG A35 proportions are just fantastic thanks to sporty and short overhangs at the front and rear. The grille with twin louvers, the AMG front bumper with flicks on the air intakes, a front splitter, and silver chrome trim elements are distinguishing AMG design features on the A35.

The two-part tail lamps and the new diffuser insert to highlight the rear end that emphasizes width. Additionally, the trunk lip spoiler and the two round tailpipe trims firmly characterize the AMG design from the rear.

Inside you have an MBUX multimedia system with two displays under one shared glass cover which blends into a Widescreen Cockpit and serves as a central element emphasizing the horizontal orientation of the interior design. AMG A35.

Photography: David Lewis Taylor

 

 
 

 
 
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