The Aston Martin Valkyrie is the English automaker’s extraordinarily extreme hypercar that will set a new precedent within the company. Today, Aston Martin has announced a new take on the Valkyrie, one that is more track-focused: the Valkyrie AMR Pro. While the road-going Valkyrie was restrained by the limitations created by making it road-legal, this new AMR Pro breaks free from any limits.
Of the changes, the ones you’ll see right off the bat are found on the exterior. The new appearance of the Valkyrie AMR Pro is created by a suite of new aerodynamic surfaces. Larger front and rear wings dominate the new hypercar’s expression, while more minute modifications can be found across its body.
Powering the car is a naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter Cosworth V12 engine that has more power and torque than the road-going Valkyrie – exact figures have not been released as of yet. However, Aston Martin has stated that the Valkyrie AMR Pro will reach a top speed close to 250 mph.
Those who buy the Valkyrie AMR Pro will go through a rigorous development program that’s tailored to their personal abilities. What’s more, facilities used by Aston Martin Red BUll Racing’s F1 drivers will be available to the new owners of the Valkyrie AMR Pro.
Only 25 examples of the Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro will be created, but they have all been purchased. Expect deliveries in 2020.