The Valkyrie is a limited production hybrid supersports car built under collaboration of British automobile manufacturers Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing Advanced Technologies. The car has been designed by Adrien Newey, Red Bull Racing’s CTO and the world’s most successful F1 designer. Its main rivals are the Mercedes-AMG One and the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50.
The Valkyrie is powered by a 6.5-litre naturally-aspirated V12 Cosworth engine, producing approximately 1,000hp/746kW at 10,500 rpm, with a redline of 11,100 rpm. This makes it the most powerful and highest revving naturally-aspirated engine ever to be fitted to a production road car. An F1-inspired KERS-style hybrid boost system Valkyrie’s hybrid system contributes an additional 160hp and 280Nm of torque with the certified max power output rated at 1,160hp/865kW and 900Nm of torque. With a weight of 1,030kg (2,271 lb), the Valkyrie has a better than 1:1 power-to-weight ratio.
The road car’s production will be limited to 150 units with an additional 85 units for the spider version. The AMR Pro track-only version will be limited to 25 units.
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