Aston Martin Valkyrie official images look out of the world

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It would be an understatement on our part, if we say that Valkyrie is one the most anticipated vehicles in Aston Martin history. Fans round the globe are looking forward to the see the hypercar that is made with collaboration with Red Bull Racing. Aston Martin is leaving nothing to the chance to increase the hyper surrounding the hypercar and they recently took to social media to spread the message about the car. On their company’s Instagram page, three images of the Aston Martin Valkyrie have been revealed including the cabin. Aston Martin Valkyrie features two-tone paint scheme that combines two contrasting tone of blue.

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Thankfully, one of the images showcases its stunning interior. As you have guessed already, it is laden with carbon fiber and creates symphony with the help of Alcantara and racing-inspired technology. It is evident from F1 inspired steering wheel that inculcates all the controls needed for the driver. It has to be said that steering wheel looks quite complicated, but if someone uses for long they will get used to it. It also has the display and shows important info ration such as engine speed, ground speed and several other parameters. Inside the cabin of Aston Martin Valkyrie, there is additional two more screens, one is present at the center of dashboard and other one is on the passenger side.

Formula One inspired driving position has been inculcated and it also features “feet up” position that ensures driver feel at once with the car for an unforgettable driving experience. Aston Martin Valkyrie promises to deliver F1 aerodynamic and lightweight construction that is commanded by world’s most powerful naturally aspirated powertrain in a production car. Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar is Cosworth engineered 6.5 liter V12 engine that offers an astonishing 1,130hp. Aston Martin claims that it will have bizarre speed thanks to 1:1 power-to-weight ratio and assistance from Rimac’s Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS). British luxury automaker is planning to put the prototype on road before this Christmas. Only 150 units of Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar will be made and all of them are already spoken for even with a price tag of $3.2 million.

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