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Aston Martin Valkyrie specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1030 kg (2271 lbs)
Introduced 2019
Origin country United Kingdom
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Powertrain specs

Engine type 6.5 litre Cosworth naturally-aspirated V12, 1 electric motor
Displacement 6.5 l (397 ci)
Power 1176 ps (1160 bhp / 865 kw) @ 10500 rpm
Torque 900 Nm (664 lb-ft)
Power / liter 181 ps (178 hp)
Power / weight 1142 ps (1126 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 874 Nm (644 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 7-speed dual clutch
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive
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RacingLoverSRT  3w ago

What a beast!

 


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TypeF173  1m ago

I mean I'm a little jealous AF! LOL! My guy PURCHASED both the Aston Martin Valkyrie variants including the AMR Pro!

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Quote>"The Aston Martin Valkyrie PRO is one of the wildest things on four wheels. It is almost difficult to describe how far you have gone with this car – which, by the way, is not legal to drive on normal roads.

This is a pure racing car – which can only be purchased by 40 very good customers of Aston Martin. More copies than that are not to be produced.

One of those who has managed to get his hands on a copy is the Norwegian Arne Fredly. He already has a completely unique car collection – but the Valkyrie AMR PRO is something very special. Even for him.

And soon you can also see this car with your own eyes.

Read more about the Aston Martin Valkyrie here

The car on the left is the racing version of the Valkyrie: AMR PRO. On the right is the street-approved variant. The differences are significant – among other things, the weight is reduced, the ground pressure is approximately doubled, the track width is wider and the wheelbase is significantly longer on the AMR PRO model.

Two unique cars
Today the cars rolled into Nova Spektrum in Lillestrøm and Broom was in place. They were delivered by car, to be ready for the Oslo Motor Show, which opens its doors on Friday.

Together, these cars are worth around NOK 85 million. A completely beyond amount, of course. It is the track car – AMR PRO – that is the most expensive. It costs between NOK 55-60 million – and is therefore more expensive than any other new car available in Norway. Even a Bugatti Chiron that is for sale in Norway right now costs quite a bit less than that.

Arne Fredly has brought his two Valkyries to the Oslo Moto Show. This gives the public a unique opportunity to see the two cars together.

Top 5: This you need to know about the Aston Martin Valkyrie

Expensive
The cars have the same naturally aspirated V12 engine of 6.5 liters – developed by Cosworth.

In the street-approved version, you also have a hybrid system. There is an electric motor (160 horsepower) and a battery in place – and it is actually the electric motor that takes care of reverse and starting."

Etc.

Congratulations to him!🙂

https://norway.postsen.com/local/60941/You-have-never-seen-a-more-expensive-car-in-Norway.html


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TypeF173  1m ago

McLaren! Write this down!🙂

 

Notes from the technical presentation plus a technical guy with a laptop! LOL!

Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro
1:1 power to weight ratio
1000hp no hybrid electric
11100rpm limit
1000KG weight (less than!)
330km/h= 2000KG dowforce
3G peak cornering speeds
2.5G constant cornering speeds
3G braking forces


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TypeF173  2m ago

Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro with Hulkenberg!

 


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TypeF173  3m ago

Aston Martin Valkyrie at the Autodromo de Mexico! Hot laps? Production lap records? Who knows?🤷😂

 

 

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Cauf40f50  2m ago

Give this car CUP2R's and it will stomp just about everything lesser than GTE-PRO race cars


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Corvolet3  2m ago @Cauf40f50

yes


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Tim55e  3w ago @Cauf40f50

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Cauf40f50  1w ago @Tim55e

Yes. Maybe. Whatever- michael jordan


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TypeF173  3m ago

Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro making it's er, drag racing debut! LOL!👿

 


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TypeF173  4m ago

Ex British Formula One driver David Coulthard driving his OWN Aston Martin Valkyrie in Monaco!! He has also driven a pre production prototype Mercedes AMG One and I would Love to hear his thoughts in comparison! I don't think anyone else has!

 


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flt158  4m ago

I'm not sure about the colour either, TypeF173.
But I'm no fan of the engine's noise.
However that's just me.

Flt158.


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Lambolover  4m ago

 

Valkyrie AMR Pro at Fuji speedway onboard

The clip below is from this video


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MrYan  4m ago

 


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TypeF173  4m ago

Hey "Mike" check out the registration plate number on this yellow Aston Martin Valkyrie!

 

"VLK 1!"

😉


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TypeF173  5m ago

 


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Wanker Martin  5m ago

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KoenigseggNerd  5m ago

Recently heard from a friend that one of the Valkyrie's in the Netherlands was officially registered, and this is interesting for one reason. Looking up the plate tells you that the Valkyrie weighs 1335 KG or 2943.171 lbs; this means that Aston Martin was 335 KG off their targeted weight.


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TypeF173  5m ago

Breaking News Red Bull HYPERCAR 2025! HOLY F!🔥

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/red-bull-rb17-radical-1250bhp-hybrid-hypercar-2025

Quote>"Red Bull Advanced Technologies (RBAT) is in the advanced stages of developing a mild-hybrid 1250bhp V8 hypercar due for delivery in 2025, as detailed to Autocar by Christian Horner, CEO of Red Bull Racing and its Advanced Technologies offshoot.

The car has been designed with a minimum of compromises and is aimed primarily at track-day applications, but Horner said the closed-roof vehicle – rendered here by Autocar using a silhouette sketch supplied by the firm – could be made road legal should owners wish to convert them to meet local traffic regulations.

A limited production run of 50 units, built at the rate of 15 per year, is planned. Most of them are already spoken for."

 


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TypeF173  5m ago

 


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TypeF173  5m ago

Carwow nearly "crashed" the Aston Martin Valkyrie?🤔

 


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TypeF173  6m ago

 


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Orabalik  6m ago

Will the production cars stay in one piece without breaking down the first week and we can call it a new record for Aston ?


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Lambolover  6m ago

 

Valkyrie AMR pro onboard at Laguna Seca
2 people in the car
Did around 1:19 as I counted but other sources say it got down to 1:18s and even 1:17s


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Cauf40f50  6m ago

Adrian newey is the greatest designer of all time 👍


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KoenigseggNerd  7m ago

I don't understand why Aston Martin isn't doing any lap times with this car. They've been struggling financially for quite awhile. I guarantee if they set ridiculous lap times with the Valkyrie and destroy the competition it'll make sales absolutely skyrocket like it did with the holy trinity and Lamborghini


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FMGhia2  7m ago

Weight is wrong, it will weigh a lot more than 1,030 kg.

New recall campaign also launched and the cars are sitting without being touched or fixed.

They are selling you engine sound for $3Million .

This POS will not be anything like the holy trinity and its design is very mundane.


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TypeF173  7m ago

 


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TypeF173  7m ago

So nothing as yet in terms of confirmation regards any official kerb weight ratings but after looking at old(er) press materials and speaking to other Astonisti based on these figures and benchmarking, the figure is in the region of 1200KG for the Aston Martin Valkyrie hard top.

It's possible that it could go lower but I doubt it. It's more likely just a little above that figure stated above.

Now in isolation that's a stunningly impressive figure for ANY hypercar let alone a hybrid electric assisted monster.

I'll compare them to other forthcoming hybridity electrical assisted hypercars as and when the formation of the next Holy Trinity comes out.

But I think it's safe to say until the ORIGINAL Holy Trinity release their next generation flagships, atleast on that specific and particular metric, she's possibly going to be on top, for a VERY longtime when comparing HYBRID hypercars like for like.

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KoenigseggNerd  7m ago

Aston martin is claiming they’re rolling out 3 a week. Seems more like 1/2 every other week considering only 9-10 customer cars have been delivered so far


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TypeF173  7m ago

Just what the FK is going on? If that's REALLY Lawrence Strolls "plan" for Aston Martin research and development then, he's endangering an already tenuous situation?

Jesus Christ, literally speechless. Connect the dots yourselves. Shaking my head!

Quote>"Moers was apparently in talks to develop a German tech base for Aston Martin, moving R&D out of the Gaydon facility and strengthening ties with company stakeholder Mercedes-Benz. According to reports from Car Magazine, Stroll is more interested in setting the R&D in ITALY to give the Brit brand a bit more flair. It is also rumored that the replacement CEO will be former Ferrari CEO Amedo Felisa, but we’ll have to wait and see on that one."

https://jalopnik.com/aston-martin-boss-tobias-moers-quits-over-disagreement-1848876863

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TypeF173  7m ago

First McLaren and now Aston Martin? Woking and Gaydon? Those FERRARI Gentleman are getting everywhere? Thoughts? Me? I've NO problem whatsoever with it, as long as the job gets done! Shaking my head!

Quote>"Aston Martin CEO Tobias Moers to leave British firm - official
Ferrari duo to replace Moers; Amedeo Felisa takes on CEO role, Roberto Fedeli to join as CTO."

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/business-finance-and-corporate/aston-martin-ceo-tobias-moers-leave-british-firm-official


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TypeF173  8m ago

Supercars in LONDON, featuring Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro~

 


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TypeF173  8m ago