British Aston Martin is in full swing with the development of an extreme hyperbil, which in many ways is one of the closest things you can get on a real race car that must be driven on the roads.
so Far has Aston Martin as a starting point tested a prototype version of the Valkyrie at Silverstone, but now have a copy of the Valkyrie for the first time driven on public roads.
The writing Motor1.com.
the Model is developed in a collaboration between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing, and the goal is to build a track optimized car, which at the same time can run on public roads.
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the Valkyrie is similar in many ways something that should only be run on a race track. Photo: Aston Martin
In total there will be built 150 copies of the extreme gadebil, which is equipped with a 6.5-liter V12 engine from Cosworth. The engine can spin with up to 11,000 rpm. In addition, an electrical system, which can capture braking, which gives the car additional 160 hp. All in all, Valkyrie 1160 hp, as a player together with a seven-speed gearbox with skiftepaler.
the Valkyrie-the engine according to the engine manufacturing company Cosworth only keep to run approximately 100,000 kilometers.
- It is not because we expect that the engine will blow up in the air after 100 000 km, but some of the components will be degraded, Bruce Wood, managing director at the uk engine plant Cosworth, previously told the media Road & Track.
the Car can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 2.5 seconds, and you should probably expect that very few gadegodkendte cars will be able to follow with the Valkyrie on a racetrack. Price is supposedly around 22 million dollars, mind you, without taxes and vat.
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