You would probably quickly be shown to the door, if you had it to a lecture at Copenhagen University or a song on CBS.
the Engine of the new Aston Martin Valkyrie is not for the faint of heart. The design is aggressive and the effects are brutal.
the Specifications shows that we have to do with a V12 engine of 6.5 liters, which weighs 206 pounds and has a motorstyrke on nothing less than 1014 horsepower - without the use of a turbocharger, mind you. Add to this a maximum torque of 740 newton meters and a rotation that hits its maximum at about to 11,100 rpm.
on Top of that comes the engine to be incorporated into a battery powered hybrid system, which can boost muskelkraften further. Details thereof are, however, not yet put forth.
Very unlike today's standard have engine manufacturers from the uk Cosworth't used a turbocharger to boost the engine's performance. Photo: Aston Martin
Syndighederne comes however also with a flaw. Valkyrie-the engine has a remarkable short life, and already after 100 000 km, one must reckon with the fact that it is necessary to get it replaced. It writes Road & Track.
- 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 run down, says Bruce Wood, managing director at the uk engine plant Cosworth, to bilmagasinet.
It is Cosworth, which, in cooperation with Red Bull and Aston Martin has produced the engine.
Superbilen Aston Martin Valkyrie, as the engine must be in, is expected to be completed in 2019 and will be built in 150 copies. The price is expected to be between 16 and 25 million dollars.