This is the Project One hypercar! 

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It's a sort of Formula One car for the road, produced by Mercedes-AMG. 

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The car will make over 1,000 horsepower from a tiny, 1.6-liter V6!

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That, plus a whopping four electric motors, including two on the front axle. 

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Those motors will both add power and also regenerate under braking, charging the onboard battery pack. 

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Performance is expected to be outrageous, higher than anything we've seen before. 

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A lot of that is thanks to the lightweight, carbon fiber construction. 

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It has less power than a Bugatti Chiron, but should be far quicker around a race track. 

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The price? Said to be 2.3 million euros ($2.7 million), and fewer than 300 will be produced. 

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And we hate to break it to ya, but they've all been sold already. 

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