Although the motors world is moving towards power market powerless technology, three manufacturers are busy developing hyper machines that will become some of the fastest cars ever made.
Aston Martin announced his intention to build a road car that can fasten a circuit as quickly as a Formula 1 machine in 2016. The company later revealed that the model would be called Valkyrie.
In September 2017, Mercedes-AMG took the transport from its hypercar its Formula 1 – formerly known as Project One – in front of thousands of people at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Quickly on to October this year and McLaren unveiled its expected Speedtail. The new hypercar is a three-seat inspiration by the company's F1 supercar in the early 1990's.
Fancy has tried to compare pictures between the three hypercars, which all take pride in leading status and seven figure price tags.
But under closer examination, speed machine trials are much more different than they at the beginning appear.
These are three different entries with three very different designs.
The biggest model of the track is Valkyrie. He was well-known by well-known Rac Race Bull Formula Adrian Newey, whose machines have identified a number of F1 titles over the last two decades.
The car has a very aggressive design and does not seem to have enough craftwork to cover its mechanical mechanism. There are two double airs running underground to help reduce the decrease at a high speed, such as a low-carbon fiber wing that hits the front bumper.
In the back is a high carbon fiber diffuser sitting below the back wing of the Valkyrie across the body. This automatically moves to provide the best possible discount at all times.
Meanwhile, the Mercedes-AMG One looks a bit more subtle than the Aston. The One seems to be slightly larger than the Valkyrie and has less carbon fibers or competitors to help produce less high speed.
Still, the Mercedes has a host of multicolored controllers spread across its glue designed to improve a high speed. A low carbon fiber boundary runs down the middle of the engine cover.
McLaren telephones Speedtail and Hyper GT because it would more travel at home on the Italian Riviera or speed up a racing track.
The smart design of the vehicle is defective from the wings found on other hypercars. This reduces the drag and allows the car to reach the highest speed than competitors. There are some electronic slippers at the back. These combine seamlessly into the carbon carbon work of the vehicle.
Each maker has his own idea in terms of what ultimately makes the hypercar engine.
It can be argued that the Mercedes-AMG engine configuration is the most radical of the trio. One uses the 1.6-liter turbocharged 1.6-liter V6 hybrid engine that enabled Lewis Hamilton to win the F1 2015 championship.
The engine, collected in the company's F1 facility in Brixworth, has connected to four electric motors. With the two combined systems, Car magazine says the One produces 1,086bhp and reviews up to 11,000rpm – just 1,000rpm less than Hamilton F1 machine.
Often like the One, Aston Martin has also chosen a high-regeneration engine with Roots in Formula 1. According to Top Gear, Valkyrie's 6.5 liter motor is similar to the V8 2.4 liter engine used in the car Williams FW32 F1 from 2010.
Details are limited but the motoring site expects the Valkyrie V12 hybrid to generate around 1,000 bp.
Meanwhile, the McLaren Speedtail speed equals the One and Valkyrie power output as its hybrid systems generate 1,036bhp. The British supercar maker has not yet announced the Speedtail engine configuration, but Evo expects to install a version of the V8 twin-turbo 4.0-liter motor.
McLaren says Speedtail is able to reach a maximum speed of 250mph, exceeding the highest speed of the claim of One of 217mph.
Inside and technology
There is not much to say about the Valkyrie cabin because the hypercar is more focused on the time of recording lap time in racist tracks than two comfortably taken to the south of France.
The "Valkyrie cabinet" is "efficiently driven" by Top Gear, and the F1-style wheel is with photons. There is a digital display behind the steering wheel, along with two touch screen panels on one side.
The inside is similar in many ways to the Valkyrie, although the Mercedes seems to offer more space for holders than Aston.
Drivers have a dedicated steering wheel that has been covered with carbon fiber. This includes a strip of LEDs running along the top of the wheel, which gives a reader of the engine, says Autocar. There is a digital display behind the wheel and a touch screen above the center's console.
Speedtail's cabin is more like a great excitement than an abolished racing machine. Leather cover covers inside the car, while metal highlights can be found on the doors and compartments.
The driver sits in the middle of the Speedtail, with two holders standing on the other side. This arrangement has inspired by the F1 McLaren supercar from the beginning of the 1990s. But unlike the minimalist F1 internal, Speedtail has digital screens and labeled lanes on the roof to keep the cabinet free of charge.
With Evo expecting the Valkyrie price tag sports of between £ 2m and £ 3m, hypercar Aston Martin is the most expensive car of the three. Only 99 will be made, followed by 24 track editions only AMR Pro.
Mercedes-AMG has already sold all of the 275 examples of the One. Each model costs £ 2.1m, according to Autocar.
Although McLaren Speedtail is the least expensive model of £ 1.6m before taxes, it will be done in less than half the number of running the Mercedes-AMG One production. Only the carmaker's only 106 examples of the three-seat car, and all of them have already sold.