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Red Bull to produce Newey-designed RB17 hypercar

Red Bull is to produce a hypercar in-house for the first time in its history after announcing plans for the RB17. Red Bull’s high-performance engineering arm, Red Bull Advanced Technologies, will begin work on the new project in 2025. The two-seater RB17 will be the first hypercar project designed, developed and manufactured entirely within Red […]
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