Aston Martin announced Valkyrie AMR Pro model

November 22, 2017 at 21:25

AMR Pro is a racing version of Aston Martin Valkyrie hyper car that has been announced from the project’s beginning. The novelty is not destined for public roads. The British car makers have published a couple of computer drawings and shared a bit of information. The track hyper car will be much lighter, more powerful, more tractable, and more expensive than the civil one. Each of 25 copies will cost more than three million pounds. Despite the premiere scheduled for 2020 all models are already sold.

Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro is a special racing model pic

Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro is a special racing model pic

The racing modification will be supplied by smaller 18-inche wheels comparing with 20-21 inches of road version as well as carbon brakes from AP Racing Company and a lightweight exhaust system. All aerodynamic elements will be improved to increase the down force. Front and rear wings will become larger. It is possible that the engineers will get rid of additional displays and use polycarbonate glasses to reduce the car’s weight.

The novelty will be offered with 18-inch wheels image

The novelty will be offered with 18-inch wheels image

Technical director of Red Bull Advanced Technologies, which is actively involved in the tuning of Valkyrie called this project as an extreme evolution. Andy Palmer Aston’s chief promised new figures of performance at the Formula 1 level and LMP1 prototypes.

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