At this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, Mercedes-AMG will reintroduce the world to Project One, its two?seater hypercar that boasts Formula One hybrid technology. This time however, we won’t just be looking at the car’s underpinnings, but also some bodywork to go with it.

This teaser image, along with a video starring professional racing driver/actor Lewis Hamilton, gives us our first look at Mercedes-AMG’s “F1 race car for the road.” Aside from a wide stance, some fancy headlights and a roof scoop, there isn’t a whole lot to go on here (photo editing didn’t help one bit either).

What about performance then? Well, the company has confirmed Project One will have a top speed exceeding 350 km/h, largely thanks to its high-performance hybrid powertrain. The setup’s output is rated at over 1,000 hp, and is made up of a 1.6 litre turbocharged V6 engine (derived from the F1 W06 Hybrid race car) with several electric motors.

The internal combustion engine itself is mated to two electric motors – a 107 hp unit is charged with keeping the turbocharger spooled up on boost at all times, and another 161 hp motor is installed on the crankshaft. Meanwhile, up in front, a pair of 120 hp motors drive the front axle in pure EV mode.

The company also notes in its release that “the showcar combines outstanding racetrack performance with day-to-day suitable Formula 1 hybrid technology and exemplary efficiency.” Should make for an interesting car then, and all will be revealed in just a few days’ time.

GALLERY: Mercedes-AMG Project One underpinnings