The long-awaited Mercedes-AMG Project One will finally be revealed tomorrow at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, but before that the Affalterbach boys and girls have managed to squeeze in a couple more teasers of the incredible Formula 1-inspired hypercar.

A photo of the rear shows a low and flat back with three rectangular tail lights on each side, plus a large rear diffuser with a massive round centre exhaust, just like you’d find on a modern F1 car. Instead of a rear windscreen, there are slats and twin NACA ducts that flank a central roof scoop, like we’ve seen in previous teasers. A Le Mans prototype-style dorsal fin, running along the spine of the car, can also be seen.

Also provided is a shot at the interior, and while very little can actually be seen, one can spot a rectangular steering wheel with a row of change-up LEDs along the top edge and a number of coloured buttons, again like an F1 car. There’s also a digital instrument cluster with a horizontal rev counter and what appears to be a lap timer, plus a central infotainment screen showing the energy flow of the hybrid powertrain.

Speaking of which, the Project One utilises a 1.6 litre turbocharged V6 from the F1 W06 Hybrid racer from 2015 (in which Lewis Hamilton won his third world championship), albeit with a revised construction for road car duty, a lower 11,000 rpm redline (down from 13,000 rpm) and revised pistons, crankshaft and electrical systems for a reported thermal efficiency of 43%. That engine is tipped to produce 748 hp.

Mated to the petrol mill are twin electric motor-generator units, an MGU-K at the crankshaft that recuperates kinetic energy to provide extra power, and an MGU-H that scavenges heat from the exhaust to keep the turbo on boost at all times. They produce 161 hp and 107 hp respectively.

A pair of 120 hp electric motors provide all-wheel drive with torque vectoring on the front axle, and propel the Project One in EV mode – the car has a real-world all-electric range of 30 km. All in all, Mercedes-AMG claims a total system output of more than 1,000 hp and a top speed of over 350 km/h.

Interested? That’s too bad – even with the rumoured €2.17 million (RM11 million) price tag, all 275 units have already been spoken for, with one built per day until the final car is delivered at the end of 2020.

GALLERY: Mercedes-AMG Project One underpinnings