First customers to pre-order the Aston Martin Valkyrie will receive their cars in mid-2021February 18, 2021
The CEO Tobias Moers told about it.
For the first time about the hypercar Aston Martin Valkyrie started talking more than five years ago. Then the prototype of the car was presented by the racer Daniel Riccardo, and now the CEO of the brand Tobias Moers sent out a video message to customers, in which he confirmed that they will receive their paid cars in mid-2021.
It should be noted that deliveries will begin two years later than the target date. According to the head, the development of a hypercar takes much longer than it takes to create a conventional sports car. In addition, he lamented the overly complex design of the Valkyrie and called it the most difficult projects of his life.
Recall that the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar is equipped with a hybrid power plant with a capacity of about 1,160 hp, which is based on a 6.5-liter V12 engine developed by specialists from Cosworth. According to the manufacturer, this hypercar will sound like a Formula 1 car from the 90s. In total, Aston Martin will produce 175 of these cars – 150 of them will receive a permit for public roads, and another 25 will be a special racing version of the AMR Pro.
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