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  Powerful, Stunning, Once-in-a-Lifetime Car                                              Super: Mercedes AMG One Top Speed of 219 MPH The Mercedes AMG One is one powerful, hybrid-electric hypercar.  The One has the same 1.6-liter turbocharged V6 engine used in Mercedes' winning F1 race cars, along with four electric motors.  The combination pumps out 1,049 hp and a top speed of 219 mph.  This vehicle is street legal, race ready and is going into production, five years after it was unveiled as an eye-popping prototype.  The One is nothing short of a spectacular, once-in-a-lifetime car.  Mercedes is producing only 275 vehicles priced at $3 million each. Tech Specs The vehicle is very impressive.  Mercedes developed a unique Formula 1 powertrain that enables the vehicle to drive on regular roads.  The engine can rev up to an unbelievable 11,000 rpm.  It has a 7-speed automated manual transmission that was designed specifically for the powertrain. Two 161-hp electric motors are on the

Aston Martin's Stunning Valkyrie Spider

  New Tech Ride of the Valkyries                                             Source:  Aston Martin A Hypercar Perfect for James Bond Aston Martin's Valkyrie is a hypercar that even before production has been sold to 150 people willing to put down a $300,000 deposit.  As you know, Aston Martin was secret agent James Bond 007's vehicle of choice.  A new variation of Valkyrie, the Valkyrie Spider, has just been unveiled at the Monterey Car Week 2021 in California.  It is spectacular and 85 more depositor owners have just ponied up and signed on for delivery of this new $3.8 million vehicle.  What's very notable about this extraordinary car is that it is hybrid electric and punches out a lot of power. Electric But Hugely Powerful The Valkyrie Spider is a hybrid electric vehicle but it has 1,139 horsepower to accelerate into action.  Add to that, it's a convertible.  The EV is composed of carbon fiber material.  The doors have modified windows that tilt forward rather than l