The Valkyrie's designer Adrian Newey thinks the LaFerrari, P1, and 918 are "big, clumsy, and heavy." Shots fired.
That's no surprise, despite its rumored $3-million price tag.
The track version of the Aston Martin-Red Bull hypercar will be able to hold four Gs of lateral acceleration.
Aston Martin is aiming straight at the LaFerrari, P1, and 918 Spyder with its new flagship co-developed with Red Bull Racing.
If the carmaker achieves its goal, the engine will be the highest revving motor to ever be put into a production road car.
Aston's CEO didn't confirm too many details on this car, but he certainly didn't deny them either.
Aston Martin just introduced an all-new 600-horsepower twin-turbo V12, but it's planning something even wilder for the AM-RB 001.
Red Bull's F1 ace Adrian Newey will design the AM-RB-001, with a goal of making it lap Silverstone as fast as an F1 car.