As it stands, pretty much every single Mercedes-Benz model range is available as an AMG variant. Whether that be from the ‘entry-level A 45 AMG all the way up to the recently revealed S 63 AMG Coupe and the upcoming S 65 AMG Coupe. However, one model line-up not available with an AMG variant or variants is the B-Class.
Very similar to the A-Class albeit quite a lot bigger, the Mercedes-Benz B-Class has always been the quite child of the firm’s large family. No outright performance models of it exist let alone an AMG version. However, what if Mercedes-Benz decided to use the A 45 AMGs 2.0-liter twin-turbocharged four-cylinder engine in the B-Class to create a B45 AMG?
While it is unlikely to happen, GTspirit reader Pieter van Bergeijk has created the following rendering showcasing how just a car could look. At the front, it features a more aggressive facia with sharp air intakes and a prominent blacked out front splitter. Sports wheels are also featured while at the rear, AMGs instantly recognisable rectangular quad exhaust pipe setup is present.
Let us know what you think of the car below!