This is the Aston Martin AM-RB 001.

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The AM stands for Aston Martin, naturally.

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The RB, meanwhile, stands for Red Bull -- more specifically Red Bull Racing.

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The Formula One gurus at RBR have worked with Aston to design this car.

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It is fully carbon fiber and features some advanced aerodynamics.

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And, believe it or not, it's powered by a standard V12 engine. No fancy hybrid here!

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The car will go into production in 2018 and only 150 will be produced. Price? If you have to ask...

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