As reported by The Drive, Reichman claims that the all new V12 will be smaller than the DB11 engine which uses a 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12. The engine in the hypercar is rumored to produce 900bhp and with the management aiming to keep kerbweight at an incredibly low 900kg, the 001 is going to be one mad car.
To allow the car to have a similar performance on par to a LMP1 race car, Newey and his team will be giving the car the most advanced aero package seen on any road car. Passengers in the car is also said to be sitting with their feet above their hip point, copying the driving position of an Formula 1 car.
When the car arrives on the road in 2018, up to 99 road-legal units and 24 track-only cars will be up for sale.