Aston Martin Valkyrie : a first image of the final model ?

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This is what it would look like the Aston Martin Valkyrie final.

A photo posted on Instagram allows us to see the new Aston Martin Valkyrie, in what appears to be its final version. The self does not appear, however, not ready to be unveiled.

At the last Geneva motor show, we were able to discover the version of AMR dedicated to the trail of the Aston Martin Valkyrie. But for the serial version, we have not had news since the summer of 2017, when the british firm unveiled an updated version of the concept presented a few months earlier. One could especially notice the presence of real lighthouses on the hypercar, which is heralded as one of the cars of the most powerful and effective ever produced.

If Aston Martin had apparently not intended to communicate new information about it too early, a picture posted on Instagram by one of his future buyers, today we are able to measure the progress of this Valkyrie. The photo appears to have been taken in the premises of the brand and we can see a person working on the car by computer. But his release was brief, as Aston Martin was removed very quickly…


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Among the most visible changes, we note the new rims to the drawing very different from those, almost full, of the concept, or even the front spoiler, which seems more complex in its form. Also of note is the paint two-tone, with some of the details of body golden. For the rest, the Valkyrie keeps its proportions to the extreme, which make it so close visually to a prototype endurance.

As a reminder, this car developed by Adrian Newey in collaboration with Red Bull, powered by a V12 6.5 atmospheric and boasts a power to weight ratio close to 1 kg/sec (about 1000 hp for 1 000 kg). Even the Bugatti Chiron and the future Mercedes-AMG One should be exceeded. The Valkyrie’s final could be on the sidelines of the 24 Hours of le Mans 2019.


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