Bugatti has long held the honor of creating the faster production car in the world. It had the honor with the Veyron and it gets it with the recently unveiled Bugatti Chiron as well. It appears that Aston Martin is gunning for that crown because it’s working on a new car that’s going to very rare, very expensive, and the fastest production car in the world.

Aston Martin is working with Red Bull on this hypercar that’s currently known as AM-RB 001 and “Project Nebula.” Legendary F1 designer Adrian Newey is involved in the production of this car.

There was a customer event at the Monaco Grand Prix where more details about Project Nebula were revealed. Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer was present at the event.

According to a report by Autocar, the AM-RB 001 is going to be limited to just 99 units, which would mean it’s going to be very rare. On the other hand, Bugatti is going to make 500 units of the Chiron. Don’t expect to find the Aston Martin hypercar in your local garage. It’s only going to be sold in select destinations across Europe and the Middle East.

Nebula is believed to have a hybrid drivetrain packaged into a car that’s super lightweight. Its sole focused is said to be on going fast. While Aston Martin hasn’t confirmed the final cost of this device it’s expected to cost as much as $5 million.

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