Said to be limited to only 25 units, the new 2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro is one of the most anticipated hypercars which will be released in no sooner than 2020. It is a promise to the customers to experience driving at high speed with decreased weight for amazing acceleration.
Thanks to the improvement in power and downforce that will enable you feel driving similar to sensation of speeding your car in race circuit. You can say that the AMR Pro is taking the definition of performance to a whole new level.
First introduced at the Geneva Motor show, the incredible supercar is assumed to be the most extravagant release from Aston Martin.
The guarantee of the incredibility of the car comes from the outsatanding combination of knowledge, expertise, and design among Aston Martin, Red bull, Advanced Technologies, and AF Racing as the project partner, truly a complete collaboration.
This Aston Martin is track-based, to get the most of its sensation. Made to be free from all the road use deliberations, the hypercar can outreach anyone’s expectation.
2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie Engine Performance
What can we actually expect from this latest Aston Martin extreme hypercar? Claimed to have 1.000 horse power engine-even more, the car obviously passed the Valkyrie road car.
The 2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro’s engine has been through some modification and recalibration from the road car’s emission and control systems which allows even higher power. It is because the naturally-aspirated 6.5 litre-Cosworth-built V12 engine.
This extreme hypercar will still have the Rimac Energy Recovery System on the output. The difference is, it will be re-programmed on the control systems.
2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie Exterior and Interior
To meet the challenge of extreme track driving, the AMR Pro applies wheels with smaller diameter compared to the road car, which is 18 in front and rear. These are aimed to support the fixture of racing tyres, Michelin. This adjustment is applied on LMP1 cars found in the World Endurance Championship.
The extraordinary track use is also facilitated by the AMR Pro’s carbon brakes, one of its distinct characteristic which is inspired from spec carbon for racing of the F1.
To answer the requirements of minimal silencing, the AMR Pro is also featured with lighter exhaust system compared to those fitted to the road car. All designed to clearly state its lightweight features.
How light is this lighweight hypercar? The 1.000 kilograms weight is said to be the result of displacing some interior items which were applied on the road car, among them are the heater blower and driving amenities such as infotainment means.
The new looks are also found on carbon fibre bodywork which is lightweight construction; polycarbonate windows, carbon wishbones, and new suspension uprights. These components are aimed at supporting the track specification of the hypercar. Inside, there are also items of road car which is adjustable, namely the moulded race seats.
From the exterior, you will notice evident changes that have been applied to this 2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro. The front part and rear wing are definitely larger. Meanwhile the active aerodynamics are improved to support the downforce. All of these improvements are tailored to adjust the track uses, with lighter construction.
2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie Release Date and Price
Drawing a huge attention since its debut at the 88th Geneva Motor Show on 2018, the AMR Pro will be produced not earlier than the 2020. The deliveries are expected in the same year.
Even though the British brand has not revealed the official price of the car, the whole 25 units of the built cars have already been sold out. This Aston Martin’s extraordinary masterpiece along the history indeed has gotten high interest.