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This 805-horsepower beast rips to 60 mph in less than three seconds while providing passenger and luggage accommodations for a double-date weekend getaway. Performance is courtesy of what AMG chairman Tobias Moers terms a "ultra-modern V8" and a boost from electric motors in the fashion of Mercedes' Formula One champion race cars.
The 24-year-old, who is joint chief executive officer of the German luggage maker, welcomed guests including his father, luxury magnate , mother Hélène, brother Frédéric and half-siblings Delphine and Antoine, as well as their respective partners, Xavier Niel and Natalia Vodianova.