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Red Bull Advanced Technologies announce £ 5-Million performance car

Red Bull Advanced Technologies announced today their RB17, the company's first ever performance car, created by Adrian Newey, the Formula 1 team's Chief Technical officer. The RB17 will be the first ever road-going performance car produced by Red Bull Racing Group, and will boast a V8 hybrid engine producing over 1,100bhp. Production will be limited to 50 units only and is planned to start in 2025. Pricing for the car – that will come in track-only specification for the purest execution of an F1-inspired hypercar –  will start at £ 5-Million. The company said in a press release: 'Red Bull Advanced Technologies, the high-performance engineering arm of Red Bull Racing Group,...
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