Future Aston Martin Valhalla will get 1000 horsepowerApril 11, 2019
Hybrid transmission V6 will be able to accelerate the British hypercar to a speed of 100 km / h in less than 2.5 seconds. According to preliminary data, the price of the hypercar will be equal to 875,000 pounds sterling.
Aston Martin announced a new hypercar at the Geneva Motor Show this year and unfortunately, its technical characteristics were not presented at the presentation. The model, which is still code-named AM-RB 003, will be the third car with a medium engine – along with Valkyrie and Valkyrie AMR Pro.
Official information about the hypercar power plant is currently unavailable, but a new foreign media report states that it will produce somewhere in the region of 1,000 horsepower.
During the debut in Geneva, it turned out that the new car project of the British brand, which should be called Valhalla, will use a completely different powertrain than its older brother. While the Valkyrie is equipped with a Cosworth atmospheric 6.5-liter V12 engine, the AM-RB 003 hypercar will receive a hybrid engine, which will be based on a turbocharged V6 supported by one or two electric motors on the front axle. Thus, the car will be mostly all-wheel drive.
The total weight of the car will be less than 1,350 kg. This will be achieved through the extensive use of carbon fiber for both monocoque and body panels. According to rumors, even the seats, attached to the floor, are made of lightweight material. Interestingly, our source reports that you can adjust the driving position by moving the steering wheel and pedal column.
AM-RM 003 is considered to be amazingly fast auto – acceleration to 100 km / h will be less than 2.5 seconds, and the maximum speed will be equal to 350 km / h. The report states that the price of the serial version of the hypercar will be at least 875,000 pounds sterling
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