Going fast around a racetrack is nothing new for James Bond's marque of choice. Aston Martin's history is brimming with motorsport heritage, all the way back to the origin of its name -- which it took after winning a hill-climb race up Aston Hill. It won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the 1950s with guys like Carroll Shelby behind the wheel, and today it still competes quite successfully around the world in GT-class racing.
Building Ferrari-flattening, McLaren-mauling, Porsche-pounding hypercars, though? That's a little different, but with the debut of the AM-RB 001, that's exactly what it intends to do... with a little help from the engineering prowess of... Red Bull?