From the various iterations of the Vantage, to the Vulcan Hypercar, to the classic DB5, every Aston Martin release carries with it a certain amount of fanfare because they’ve been making excellent cars for more than a century. Few of those releases live up to the sheer ridiculousness of their latest release–the V12 Speedster. The V12 Speedster is packing a 5.2-liter, twin-turbo V12 with 700 horsepower, 555 pound-feet of torque and a limited top speed of 186 mph. Why would Aston Martin limit the top speed of another of their million dollar supercars? Because while the V12 Speedster is most definitely not lacking in power, performance or excellent lines, it doesn’t have a windshield or a roof. That’s right, the “Q by Aston Martin” with it’s dual cockpits, Boeing collaborative fighter jet design and 3.5 second 0-62 mph has no protection from the elements. As such, it’s limited to track only use in the U.S. for obvious reasons, but you’re still going to want to get a helmet. At current exchange rates, the price is roughly $998,000, so you might as well just call it a cool million to factor in the price of the helmets you’re going to need to keep the bugs out of your mouth. 88 V12 Speedsters will be available starting in 2021.