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Aston Martin 1000 PS Valkyrie ready for close-up


Marcus De Guzman / Aston Martin | November 6, 2018 11:07

Aston Martin puts new official Valkyrie HyperCube photos

Beware of the Mercedes-AMG One, Aston Martin's 1000 PS Valkyrie Hypercar is ready to tear the road soon. Last time in July 2017, the slightly different exterior appearance, the most powerful automobile production from Aston Martin has once again received a modification and has destroyed one of the inspirational ways of looking at the concept.

The company that buys the company as "the best expression of hyperkick design and technology," Valkyrie seems to have received a fine redesign designed to provide a lighter and more aerodynamic look. Sports changes are also alloy wheels, which now have a multi-spoke design.

Aston Martin Valkyrie's first official pictures

In addition to showing the exterior, Aston Martin also showed the Valkyrie image of the renovated interior. Before it was simpler, more autumn cab design. Now, Valkyrie sports a slightly radical look thanks to the open carbon fiber bath. It also has Formula One racing seats, hinged racing belts and a unique steering wheel equipped with a digital display that can display speed, speed, gear position, oil pressure, engine temperature and fuel level.

As with the previous iteration, Valkyrie also features a center-mounted display as well as two monitors and camera kits that act as hyperbole side mirrors.

Aston Martin Valkyrie's first official pictures

As mentioned above, Valkyrie highlights an impressive 1000 PS. But unlike the Mercedes-AMG One, which derives its power from the Formula One derived hybrid drive, the Aston Martin Valkyrie is powered by a 6.5-liter Cosworth-tailored V12. The power is transferred to a seven-speed shear gearbox. The power / weight ratio is expected to be 1: 1, which suggests that it can weigh as little as 1,000 kg.

Only 150 examples will be done, and everyone is already talking about a cool $ 3.2 million for each (about 170.43 million PHP).

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