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در June - 12 - 2016

Aston Martin AM-RB001 Rumored To Get 1,000 Horsepower On Tap

A lot of mystery still surrounds the While we’re still not getting any closer to details being announced, there has been some new developments about the project that’s painting a clearer, albeit still slightly vague, picture of what we can expect from the highly anticipated machine. The latest word comes by way of a tipster who reached out to Jalopnik to divulge some revealing information about the AM-RB001, including a tidbit that it would receive a naturally aspirated 7.0-liter V-12 engine with around 1,000 horsepower on tap to go with a 10,000 rpm rev limit. Should that be the case, the AM-RB001, or “Nebula” as it is reportedly codenamed, will become the most powerful car has ever built, edging out the equally exclusive 800-horsepower

In addition to its power numbers, the AM-RB001 is also rumored to get an inspired look that’s unlike anything Aston Martin has built. A big reason for that is the involvement of Red Bull Racing’s chief technical officer Adrian Newey, who as the source said, played a big role in the creation of the car’s design. Diving into the specifics, the AM-RB001’s design is said to feature “a massive amount of negative space” and will not have any wings or spoilers extending out of its body. A close comparison being thrown around is the which shares a similarly descriptive “F1-inspired” design with its fair share of negative space. On the aerodynamic front, the was also described as having venturi channels that flows to an “upside-down jigsaw wing.” This design is being credited as one of the main sources of downforce for the hypercar, allowing it the styling freedom of not having wings or spoilers in its body.

Overall weight has also been pegged at 2,300 pounds, or about 1,043 kg. If that’s accurate, that would make the hypercar almost 600 pounds lighter than the Do the math and the AM-RB001 would have an horsepower-to-kilogram power-to-weight ratio of .95 horsepower per kilogram, the closest any car has come to the

It must be said that none of these details are considered official. So as with most car rumors, it’s better to take them with a grain of salt. But still, based on what the source disclosed to Jalopnik, these rumors are painting a picture of a hypercar that could blow away a lot of our own expectations.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.



Aston Martin AM-RB001 Rumored To Get 1,000 Horsepower On Tap

A lot of mystery still surrounds the While we’re still not getting any closer to details being announced, there has been some new developments about the project that’s painting a clearer, albeit still slightly vague, picture of what we can expect from the highly anticipated machine. The latest word comes by way of a tipster who reached out to Jalopnik to divulge some revealing information about the AM-RB001, including a tidbit that it would receive a naturally aspirated 7.0-liter V-12 engine with around 1,000 horsepower on tap to go with a 10,000 rpm rev limit. Should that be the case, the AM-RB001, or “Nebula” as it is reportedly codenamed, will become the most powerful car has ever built, edging out the equally exclusive 800-horsepower

In addition to its power numbers, the AM-RB001 is also rumored to get an inspired look that’s unlike anything Aston Martin has built. A big reason for that is the involvement of Red Bull Racing’s chief technical officer Adrian Newey, who as the source said, played a big role in the creation of the car’s design. Diving into the specifics, the AM-RB001’s design is said to feature “a massive amount of negative space” and will not have any wings or spoilers extending out of its body. A close comparison being thrown around is the which shares a similarly descriptive “F1-inspired” design with its fair share of negative space. On the aerodynamic front, the was also described as having venturi channels that flows to an “upside-down jigsaw wing.” This design is being credited as one of the main sources of downforce for the hypercar, allowing it the styling freedom of not having wings or spoilers in its body.

Overall weight has also been pegged at 2,300 pounds, or about 1,043 kg. If that’s accurate, that would make the hypercar almost 600 pounds lighter than the Do the math and the AM-RB001 would have an horsepower-to-kilogram power-to-weight ratio of .95 horsepower per kilogram, the closest any car has come to the

It must be said that none of these details are considered official. So as with most car rumors, it’s better to take them with a grain of salt. But still, based on what the source disclosed to Jalopnik, these rumors are painting a picture of a hypercar that could blow away a lot of our own expectations.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.


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Aston Martin AM-RB001 Rumored To Get 1,000 Horsepower On Tap

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