Driven by Chris Goodwin, Aston Martin chief test driver, the Hypercar Aston Martin Valkyrie made its first public demonstration run at Silverstone, hours just before Formula 1 champion, Lewis Hamilton, won its sixth British Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton's victory was just an icing on the cake for the crowd witnessing Valkyrie's insane speed
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The Valkyrie Hypercar is born out of a partnership between Aston Martin, AF Racing and Red Bull Advanced Technologies. With lots of confidence for this amazing car to emerge as the most extreme car in the world, it comes equipped with 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, capable of revving up as much as 11,200rpm, with the generative output of 1,000 horsepower and 740Nm of torque.
Only 150 examples of Valkyrie Hypercar are expected to be produced, with deliveries scheduled for late 2019
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It has a combined battery pack and electric motor capable of producing additional 160 horsepower and 240Nm, hereby making a combined power of 1,160PS at 10,500rpm and 900Nm at 6000rpm.
Flight of the Valkyrie | The first dynamic run of the Aston Martin Valkyrie
150 examples of Aston Martin Valkyrie Hypercar would be manufactured and sold worldwide, with each of them coming at a price of N1.1 billion (E2.54m). As from late 2019, potential owners will start getting delivery of this speed beast.
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