Aston Martin has unveiled the Valhalla concept, a A hybrid with nearly a thousand horsepower. The launch comes at a special moment, as it marks the 60th anniversary of the Silverstone Formula 1 Grand Prix and the first-ever participation of the London Group in the most popular motorsport competition.
Valhalla is a powerhouse: built with chassis, expertise and aerodynamics born from the experience gained in Formula 1, Valhalla is the latest product of the Project Horizon programme, with the aim of Setting new standards for driving pleasure and performance, as well as the transition from internal combustion engines to electric motors.
Center Valhalla (agent car 007) It is the new PHEV, and it consists of 3 engines: the largest of which is a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that is placed in the central rear area of the car. It’s the most responsive, highest-performance V8 engine ever installed in an Aston Martin, reaching 7,200 rpm up to 760 hp, in rear-wheel drive only.
Lightweight exhaust system with active flaps, which produces The distinctive sound of Aston Martin. To support the V8, there is also a 150 kW/400V hybrid battery system that uses a pair of electric motors placed in series on the front and rear axles. The electric setup combines another 206 horsepower for a combined power of 963 hp, while the transmission is of an eight-speed dual-clutch type.
In electric mode, the Valhalla supercar has a top speed of 130 km/h and a range of 15 km without emissions. The expected CO2 is less than 200 g/km. The new model from Aston Martin, In classic mode, the maximum speed is up to 330 km/h And it goes from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.5 seconds.
In terms of safety, the Full LED headlights, designed with adaptive functions, provide aExcellent front sight in the dark Dual-zone air conditioning provides a high level of comfort for all occupants. Advanced driver assistance systems include automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, active cruise control, blind spot monitoring and a rear parking camera (with surround view option).