Aston Martin is rolling out a concept car this week in California as Monterey Car Week gets underway.
The DBR22 is a nod to race-winning Aston open cockpit sports cars built specifically for racing.
It's possible that the V-12-powered DBR22 could be built in extremely limited numbers. Aston's Q division has made small runs of sports cars such as the Vulcan and Vantage V600, of which just 38 units were made.
Aston says the DBR22 pioneers new production techniques for the ultraluxury British brand. The vehicle uses a rear subframe that has been 3D-printed. Such a construction method would likely save millions in design and tooling costs. The bodywork is made of carbon-fiber panels.