Mercedes-AMG has confirmed that its upcoming hypercar will be called the One. The company has also released photos of the latest prototype version which more closely resembles the production version of the Formula 1-powered hypercar due next year.
The One isn't the only car on the horizon with F1 technology. Infiniti's Q60 Project Black S prototype debuting next week at the 2018 Paris auto show features turbocharger-mounted electric motor-generators just like those used in F1.
As part of its 70th anniversary celebrations this year, Porsche has developed a modern 935 based on the bones of a donor 911 GT2 RS. Porsche plans to build 77 examples as track toys for well-heeled enthusiasts.
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