Aston Martin prepares for the arrival of his first hypercar: Valkyrie. Developed in collaboration with Red Bull Advanced Technologies, the two brands have mutually agreed to propose two different models of the future British Hypercar. In fact, a "standard" model is produced with 150 units and can be used after the approval on the open road.
If a standard version is proposed, then a second declination will also be started. This model, named AMR Pro, is designed for use in circuits only. Aston Martin and Red Bull have already announced that this model will be limited to only 25 pieces. What frustrates the customers of the "standard" valkyrie, who would rather make more money and buy the best at this level.
Aston Martin has therefore integrated the possible frustration of some of its customers and could offer a standard track pack. In any case, those of The supercar blogalthough the manufacturer of Gaydon has not yet confirmed this information. This track pack could increase the performance of their model by installing a special aerodynamics kit. In view of the first visuals, it is hard to imagine how the engineers can improve a car that has already been well studied in the wind tunnel. A lighter weight of the vehicle would be as commonplace as an increase in performance of the original Cosworth engine, an atmospheric 6.5-liter V12 that developed "on the base" 1130 hp. This option will certainly increase the price of Valkyrie, which is already at 2 250 250 Euro 000.
Source: The Supercar Blog