Everything we know about the Aston Martin’s Valkyrie $3 Million Hypercar
Here is what you need to know about Aston Martin’s Valkyrie $3 Million Hypercar! We have the scoop here!
We’ve got new information from the automaker, which makes us wonder how this awesome hypercar ever came to be.
Built by Aston Martin and Red Bull Advanced Technologies, this hypercar is stunning with a whole bunch of race car elements.
One of things we love about this car is its aerodynamics. It features on either side of the cockpit Venturi tunnels that shove air around the car and out back to the rear diffuser.
That exact thing helps keep the rear end stuck to the ground.
Who designed it?
This project is not like anything Aston Martin has ever done. Designed by Marek Reichman and Red Bull’s legendary Formula One racing guru, Adrian Newey at the helm, this is one hell of a hypercar.
Expected to bring performance to the table, which is far exceeding for any of Aston’s cars, this one is raising the bar on hypercars’ design.
The aim is functional beauty in the sense that every styling element contributes to both the car’s aesthetics and aerodynamics effectiveness.
Since announced the collaboration, the hypercar lovers spent months trying to guess how its interior is going to be.
But luckily, the company has released a bunch of photos to the public showing the car’s interior design.
But what about the technical information?
So far, the company hasn’t released any information regarding the specs of the hypercar. We do know that Valkyrie will have a naturally aspirated Cosworth powerplant.
According to Aston Martin’s interior-design chief, Matt Hill, creating the new hypercar’s cabin has not been easy.
“It’s been a tremendous challenge to make the interior packaging work,” Hill said in a statement.
“We’ve embraced Red Bull Racing’s Formula One ethos and approached from a different angle than conventional road car design.
In this instance, we’ve started from a position where you think something is impossible and work at it until you find a way to make it work.”
As for the exterior styling, Aston says the car we see today is roughly 95% of what the production vehicle will be.
One thing for you tall guys, this car can fit even the tallest of adults. Are you happy?
When it comes to price, there is no clear information. However, according to Road and Track, sources say the V12, can produce 1,130 horsepower.
Are you excited to see this car in action? Or in your garage?
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