The Aston Martin AM-RB 001 finally has a name -- Valkyrie.

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One look at this bad boy and you know you're staring a hypercar in the face.

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Power comes from a V12 engine augmented by some sort of electrical hybrid system.

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Sadly, there aren't many details available just yet -- we still don't know the horsepower output, for example.

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However, it promises a power-to-weight ratio of one horsepower per kilogram, which is mega.

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Then again, it should be, considering this is a joint production between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing.

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While we might not know much, we do know that this car looks the business.

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It'll probably get around a track in relatively little time, too.

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We'll make sure to update this gallery when we have more information.

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In the meantime, keep on gawking at some very lovely sheet metal.

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