The letters "AMG V12" probably make you think of a Mercedes supercar, but in this case the AMG stands for Analog Manufaktur Germany, and the V12 has nothing to do with cylinders, but a platter instead.
The Viella 12 is a gorgeous, largely CNC'd turntable produced by Werner Roeschlau, whose Bavarian machining operation has been producing precision turntable parts for other manufacturers for years. AMG is Roeschlau's newly-launched independent line, with the V12 being their first product.
There's no word on what individual or firm did the actual design, or if it was executed in-house, but assuming Roeschlau and co. stick with this aesthetic, we'll be watching the company closely for forthcoming developments.
Manufacturing and turntable geeks, head over to the AMG site to read about the $16,000 machine's materials and construction.