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 1000hp 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 (adding 160hp to the power output). 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 1124bhp/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.