The production design of the exclusive Aston Martin Valkyrie

July 30, 2017 at 13:24

Aston Martin Valkyrie hyperkar is closer to the serial edition. Previously, the prototype car has been presented at the 2017 Geneva Show. According to Miles Nurnberger, the creative director of the exterior design, the current Valkyrie reflects 95% of the model that will go on sale in 2019.

The outside view of Valkyrie production version picture

The outside view of Valkyrie production version picture

The production Valkyrie differs from its concept car by front and rear and even side parts, as well as by another wings and roof. The car has smooth lines without any bulging spoilers and wings. The carbon-plastic hypercar have the opened-up doors. In addition, Valkyrie has received ventilation slots between the front wings and the windshield, increasing the front down force. Inside of the car there are installed uncontrollable armchairs and fixed directly on the floor. As standard, the seats are equipped with four-point seat belts, but six-point ones will be offered as option.

The cabin is supplied by two monitors photo

The cabin is supplied by two monitors photo

There are still some details, which are especially noted by the creators. For example, light LED lamps, mounted on an anodized aluminum frame. Instead of mirrors, the designers used cameras that transmit images to two monitors in a double cabin. The most exclusive detail is the front Aston Martin logo that has been made of aluminum by the method of chemical engraving. This icon has only 70 microns thickness. It is 30% thinner than human hair, and 99.4% lighter than the emblem on modern Aston.

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