The Valkyrie is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated supercars of recent years. Although the car theoretically debuted two years ago, we still know little about it.
The world’s most powerful naturally aspirated car, technology straight out of Formula 1 and stunning looks. That’s exactly what the Aston Martin Valkyrie will be.
The F1 Red Bull Racing team, led by Adrian Newey, Christian Horner, Max Verstappen and Daniel Riccardo, is largely responsible for its creation. In short, it should be a road car with characteristics worthy of an F1 car.
The Valkyrie will compete with hyperautomobiles such as the recently introduced McLaren Speedtail and Mercedes-AMG One. However, all indications are that it will beat its rivals
Power is transmitted to the rear axle via a seven-speed Ricardo gearbox. The brakes consist of Alcon calipers and ceramic discs from Surface Transforms. Bosch has been brought in to adjust the car’s dynamics.
Aston Martin Valkyrie specs:
- top speed – 402 km/h
- acceleration up to 100 km/h – 2,5 s
- horsepower – 1146 hp
- specific power – 1113 hp/t
- engine volume – 6498 cm3
- vehicle weight 1030 kg
Aston Martin Valkyrie engine:
The title of the fastest road car is the result of combining the 6.5-litre V12 Cosworth engine with an electric unit. The engine is capable of accelerating to over 11,000 rpm.
Aston Martin Valkyrie 0 – 100:
The car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds
Aston Martin Valkyrie top speed:
Top speed 402 km/h
Aston Martin Valkyrie interior:
A minimalist interior, modelled on the cockpits of Formula 1 cars. This means a defined driving position with the pedals high up. Virtually everything here is made from carbon fibre.
Aston Martin Valkyrie price (Buy Aston Martin Valkyrie):
Each will cost around $1.7 million.
A total of 150 units will be built and each one has already been sold. The terms of sale prohibit the buyer from reselling the car within a certain period of time. If the buyer wants to sell it afterwards, they must inform Aston Martin and the company has priority to make an initial bid.