It looks like Aston Martin is working on a new Valkyrie. To prove it is the screenshot of an official web page (now obviously removed) reported by Jalopnik. The photo shows a Valkyrie even more aggressive and extreme than the model seen in the test phases.
Ready to fly
The Valkyrie from the photo has a really extreme aerodynamic package. The front splitter is even more pronounced, while the rear wing is gigantic and wraps around the tail. The rims also appear to be new, the design of which seems to have been designed to minimize aerodynamic turbulence.
Also, the impression is that the cabin is taller and bulkier than that of the base Valkyrie.
An unofficial source revealed to the newspaper that this new Valkyrie will be unveiled later in the year. Jalopnik turned to Aston Martin asking for an official comment, but the manufacturer replied with a curt “no comment”.
The most extreme of all
Aston Martin’s hypercar has been talked about since 2017, the year in which it was shown to the public for the first time. The first deliveries of the expected 150 units should have already begun, while we do not know when this variant will go into production.
This Valkyrie is also different from the AMR Pro, a declination shown at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show capable of touching 3.3-3.5 g in lateral acceleration. It remains to be seen whether the changes will also affect the interior and the engine.
Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro
We know that the basic version of the English hypercar is powered by a 1014 HP Cosworth V12 capable of hitting 11,100 rpm and supported by a 160 HP Rimac electrical system. The very high power is combined with a weight of just 1030 kg, less than most compact cars on the road.
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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