Electrifying the classic grand tourer will cost over $1 million.
Mate Rimac has built a multibillion-dollar EV technology company, released a record-breaking electric hypercar and taken the reins of storied French marque Bugatti. Next up: Turning 34.
The 2:3 scale car can reach a top speed of 45 mph.
The vehicles, including the infamous Aston Martin DB5, will be on display from Sept. 25 to Oct. 30, 2022.
It seems as though there’s a race to slap their logos onto anything that will hold letters.
From the famed DB5 to the sleek Valhalla, 007 has helmed some of the marque’s most impressive models across 57 years.
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The hybrid hypercar, which can reach 217 mph (and 205 mph without its roof), will comprise 85 examples.
The Biscayne Bay skyscraper, with its private superyacht marina, should be completed by the end of 2022.
Featuring a custom engine and transmission, the hybrid is expected to begin deliveries in 2023.