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Aston Martin has been teasing the Valkyrie hypercar off and on the last couple of years, first as the RB-001, and now with its official name, and it has just released images and information of the most production-ready variant yet.

And Ferrari is watching from afar in disbelief.

"We are the first to make pure bred F1 technology roadworthy."

A very close look at what's quite literally a race car for the road.

Life at 11,000 rpm is rough.

Expect the Formula One-derived V6 to make more than 1,000 horsepower.

The 1,500-horsepower W16 engine is nearly as large as the cabin.

All hand assembled in France.

Green, because it's a 1,500-horsepower hybrid.

Nearly 250 mph with the top down.

Bugatti wanted the thumbs-up of a "real champion."

Vanda Electrics set to debut Dendrobium hypercar at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

Williams F1 and Vanda Electrics will unveil Dedrobium in Geneva.

Vanda Electrics and Williams F1 are teasing Singapore's first electric hypercar ahead of its Geneva debut.

Acceleration and braking that will rearrange your organs nicely.

Of the 175 units, 150 are for the road and 25 for the track. We're talking rare.

It takes a month to build one. Christian von Koenigsegg wants to change that.

Super rare supercars return to Denmark for the company's first homecoming.

Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing are teaming up for a hypercar. This week we got our first look at it, as you can see, this is an amazing looking car. It's going to be known as the AM-RB 001.

Senior Editor Greg Migliore recaps the week in automotive news, including a look at the new V12 hypercar coming from Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing.

Lamborghini debuted a limited edition car at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The Lamborghini Centenario is a car built to honor the 100th birthday of the Italian automaker's founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini.

YouTube user Speedracer38 snagged a chance to see how one of the most expensive vehicles in the world, a Pagani Huayra, handled a trip to the grocery store.

The Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1, and Porsche 918 all line up on the same track, at the same day, with the same driver behind the wheel. Which is fastest?

Does the world need another thousand-horsepower, twelve-cylinder, seven-figure hypercar? Probably not. At least not with the likes of the Pagani Huayra and LaFerrari already out on the scene. But we're not going to complain if another storied European marque wants to get in on the action.

The Red Icing And Candles On This Year's Hybrid Hypercar Cake

What a year it's been for enthusiasts who love high-performance, higher-dollar automobiles. The past twelve months or so have been consumed with the three horsemonsters of today's hybrid hypercar enlightenment: the Porsche 918 Spyder, the McLaren P1 and the Ferrari LaFerrari. Getting into just two of the three would be better than a lump of coal in one's stocking come holiday time, but for me, it'd still leave things feeling sadly incomplete, gnawing from within 'til the end of days.

Since Evo first got its hands on a Pagani Huayra for testing, about a year after the hypercar debuted, Horacio Pagani's pride and joy has made a few video appearances – once in the hands of Chris Harris and once with a man who compared his new Huayra with an older Zonda on track. But access to the 900,000-euro ($1.22 million) hypercar has been limited, making XCar's recent drive a real treat.

McLaren has hyped its plug-in hybrid P1 supercar since long before the production version was unveiled at this year's Geneva Motor Show, and apparently all the hype has paid off. Top Gear reports that, shortly after its release, all 375 P1s are "accounted for," meaning they've been bought or secured with a deposit. We reached out to McLaren to confirm the news, and a company spokesperson told us the report is true. It's hard to act surprised with this one, despite the car's $1.15-million price t

This is the Devel Sixteen, and it might be the king of lofty statistics. Its Dubai-based backers are claiming it'll use a 5,000-horsepower V16 and will reach a top speed of 348 miles per hour. The sprint to 62 mph will take just 1.8 seconds. Sounds great, right? So, what's the problem?

If this seems crazy (and awesome), that's because it is. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Koenigsegg is planning a car called the One:1 – as in, one horsepower per pound kilogram. Head honcho Christian von Koenigsegg describes this new hypercar as a "money-is-no-object venture" for a dealer in China.

At this point, you'd think we'd know all there is to know about the 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder – except what it's like to drive – but Porsche has released a new video giving us a more in-depth look at its new plug-in hypercar all the same. The animated video gives us numerous cutaway looks at the 918 Spyder while giving a visual demonstration of the car's four hybrid driving modes.

Want to watch two of the fastest production automobiles in the world line up on an open runway to race? Want to see it happen a whole bunch of times?

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