Luxury Hypercars We Can't Wait To See In 2019
1/4 Aston Martin Valkyrie
News of the Aston Martin Valkyrie has been trickling in since 2017. Most recently, the company revealed the specs of its powerful engine, which is capable of 11,000RPM and a top speed around 250mph, thanks to the naturally—aspirated 6.5liter 65° V12. Reports claim that the US$3.2 million hypercar will finally make its debut sometime in 2019, though all 25 production models are already sold out.
2/4 McLaren Speedtail
Setting owners back at a whopping US$2.4 million, the Speedtail was designed to replace the now-discontinued McLaren P1, increasing the horsepower to 1,035hp from 903hp. This hypercar can go from 0 to 182mph in just under 13 seconds, and to its top speed in 250mph. Though the car, whose 106 expected models have already been sold out, is scheduled to be delivered in 2020, we can expect to see a show appearance sometime over the upcoming year.
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3/4 Mercedes—AMG Project One
While the Mercedes—AMG Project One was first unveiled last year at the 2017 International Motor Show in Germany, the 275 model units—each priced at US$2.72 million—have yet to make it out to their owners. The exact horsepower that the modified 1.6-liter turbocharged 90-degree V6 engine can produce has not been confirmed, but it's said to be substantially over 1,000 hp. The car can potentially reach 124mph from 0mph in less than six seconds, and the top speed is allegedly more than 217 mph—for a hybrid hypercar, those numbers aren't too shabby.
4/4 Lamborghini LB48H
Lamborghini has been fairly evasive about the upcoming LB48H hypercar, which several reports claim will "glow in the dark." The model is expected to be powered by a hybrid V12, but that's as much as we know for now. The company stated that it showed the US$2.5 million hybrid hypercar to prospective buyers back in June, though it doesn't appear to have been made available for purchase yet. With the LB48H allegedly having gone into production at the end of this year, it's likely we'll be seeing it on the streets in 2019. When it does go on sale, like all the others on this list, it'll probably sell out pretty quickly—better have your eyes peeled and your hefty wallet ready.
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