Unique innovation between Red Bull and Aston Martin has created a hypercar of which has never been seen before. The valkyrie formerly identified by its codename AM-RB 001, has now been officially named the Aston Martin Valkyrie.
The Valkyrie has radical aerodynamics wrapped a lightweight carbon fibre structure. perfectly, the ultimate expression of hypercar design to inspire and excite. To guarantee maximum efficiency, performance and dynamic control, electronics experts Bosch have been entrusted with developing Engine Control Unit (ECU), Transmission Control Unit (TCU) and Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) systems for the Valkyrie, while hypercar’s full LED headlamps and tail lamps entrusted UK light manufacturer Wipac.
Powered by a 6.5-liter Cosworth V12 engine, hybrid system engine with some sort of electric powertrain. Produce maximal output over 1,000 horsepower, top speed of 250 mph, and a 0-200 sprint of just 10 seconds. Using seven-speed paddle-shift transmission, designed and manufactured by Ricardo to Red Bull Advanced Technologies. the Valkyrie also boasts a lightweight hybrid battery system supplied by Rimac.
Rumours say the Valkyrie went for around £3,000,000 per car and 150 of these vehicles has made, and they are all already sold out.