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2018
Aston Martin Valkyrie
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Specification
Metric   Imperial
 
General
Class Hypercar
Body 2 Door 2 Seat
Coupe
Layout Mid Engine
Rear Drive
Transmission 7 Speed Dual Clutch
Number Built 150 
Engine
Type Hybrid
Details V12
Capacity
397 in3 
Max Power
1130 bhp @rpm 
Max Torque
 
Power to Weight
1115 bhp/ton 
Torque to Weight
 
Specific Output 174 bhp/litre 
Compression  
Bore x Stroke
 
Fuel Cons
 
Emissions  
Performance
Top Speed
 
0 - 30 mph
 
0 - 60 mph
 
0 - 100 mph
 
0 - 124 mph
 
0 - 186 mph
 
30 - 70 mph
 
Standing qtr Mile
 
60 - 0 mph
 
0 - 100 - 0 mph
 
Ring Lap Time  
Lateral Accn  
Drag Cd  
Dimensions
Length
 
Width
 
Height
 
Weight
2271 lbs 
Wheels (F/R) ? X 20
? X 21 
Tyres (F/R) 265/35 ZR20
325/30 ZR21 
Fuel Capacity
 
Pricing (2016)
New Price £2500000
Used Price £n/a - £n/a
 
Profile

Aston Martin's amazing Valkyrie continues where the 'holy trinity' of hybrid hypercars left off, but this time with input from the Red Bull Racing Formula One team.

With a name from Norse mythology, The Valkyrie continues Aston Martin's tradition of naming their supercars beginning with the letter 'V' - it is certainly more paletable than the codename 'AM-RB 001'. Cosworth have been handed the responsibility of producing the Valkyrie's 1130bhp 6.5 litre V12, while the 7-speed paddleshift gearbox comes from Ricardo. Even hypercar rivlas Rimac are in on the act, as they will supply the batteires for the Valkyrie's hybrid system. Multimac, Alcon and Bosch are also on the never ending list of Aston's partners.

Performace figures have yet to be released, but with a staggering 1115 bhp/ton, be assured that Aston Martin will be moving the hypercar goalposts with this awesome road racer.

Want one (and have the required 2.5m)? You are too late! The entire production run of 150 was sold out before anyone (including the lucky owners) had even seen, let alone driven, this amazing next generation hybrid hypercar.


Ratings
 
Overall Rating Money No Object Bargain Rating BHP/ (x1000)
79% 89% 0% 0
Ranks 20 of 771 Ranks 6 of 771 Ranks 519 of 771 Ranks 587 of 771

Rivals
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Mercedes AMG Project One

(2019 - )

Variants
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Lineage
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One-77

(2009 - 2012)
  

Vulcan

(2015 - 2017)
  

Valkyrie

(2018 - )

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