Aston Martin has published a teaser for the hypercar Project 003February 20, 2019
The press service of the British automaker has published a new image of its hypercar, which so far is known as Project 003.
We first learned about the new hypercar Project 003 from Aston Martin in September last year. In addition to the sketch, which was presented by the press service of the British company, more images of the novelty have not yet been available. Judging by the sketch, Project 003 hypercar is very similar to any space shuttle from Star Trek.
And today, on February 20, the guys from Aston Martin finally decided to shed light on their mysterious novelty. A teaser photo was published, which shows that the hypercar still looks like a regular car.
Here only we are offered to take a look at its back. It can be assumed that the hypercar Project 003 will receive an average engine location and highly located exhaust pipes. He is not as pretentious as Valkyrie, but certainly looks quite unusual and stylish.
Unfortunately, the photo does not show us any new details about the British novelty. We know that the hypercar will be released in more editions than the Valkyrie. It is said that Project 003 will become a hypercar that will be allowed for driving on public roads – it will even have a small trunk. The novelty will become a hybrid using a turbocharged V6 engine and some kind of electric motor – there is no data about the latter.
In addition, in September we learned that the upcoming Project 003 will not be the successor to the Valkyrie model – it will be a separate hypercar. Thus, in the model range of the company it will be located below the Valkyrie. Italian LaFerrari and German Porsche 918 should become competitors of the car.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Aston Martin introduced the Valkyrie coupe in AMR Track Performance.
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