Red Bull Announces Production Hypercar - Engine Builder Magazine

Red Bull Announces Production Hypercar

Red Bull has announced their production of the RB17 hypercar project. Production on this car is limited to only 50 cars to be built.

Red Bull has announced its first in-house hypercar project—the RB17—with a limited run of 50 cars to be built at Red Bull Advanced Technologies’ campus in the United Kingdom. 

RB17 will be created under the leadership of Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey. His designs have previously won all four of Red Bull’s constructors’ championships. 

Powered by a V8 hybrid engine, the vehicle is currently predicted to be over 1,100bhp, with the two-seat hypercar designed around a carbon-composite tub. 

Production is set to begin in 2025. Owners will have access to the team’s simulators, vehicle program development, and on-track training while the factory will service and maintain each car. 

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