"In the third quarter [of 2021], the first cars will come to customers," a spokesperson said. Until now, we only knew the reveal date will be sometime this year. But if customers are set to receive their cars this fall, then a full reveal should happen before then. If there was a Geneva Motor Show this year, then Mercedes-AMG would have doubtless produced a celebration display for its first new hypercar in several years. An online-only reveal is likely to happen in spring or early summer.
Despite the numerous and annoying delays, not a single AMG One buyer has backed out. Only 275 examples are planned and all quickly sold out. It also didn't come as much of a surprise when it appeared that one of those customers attempted to sell their build slot over a year ago for about $4 million.