Aston Martin has made it official with the unveiling of the Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro. This limited-edition hypercar was first introduced to the world at the 2018 Geneva Auto Show, and now a select few will be taking delivery of one in late 2021. The Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro picks up where the Valkyrie left off and then some. The AMR Pro wears improved aerodynamics thanks to a carbon fiber front splitter, reshaped front wheel arches, fins, and a new rear wing with rear-wheel covers. In addition, the Valkyrie AMR Pro carbon fiber wheelbase is extended by 14.9-inches. As expected, the Valkyrie AMR Pro is a track-only supercar.
Changes continued under the hood as the AMR Pro kicks the Valkyrie’s hybrid powertrain system for a naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12. Developed by Cosworth, the V12 engine can produce 1,000-horsepower with a redline marked at 11,000 rpm. According to Aston Martin, the Valkyrie AMR Pro is meant to deliver a driving experience similar to a Formula 1 race car. In the hands of a capable driver, the car will lap the Le Mans circuits in 3 minutes 20 seconds. This car is a case of engineering unrestricted by the rules of the road. A privately owned racecar that will strain your neck as it achieves over 3G of lateral acceleration.
Aston Martin will only be building 40 examples of the AMR Pro – all in left-hand drive. Customers who sign the check for a Valkyrie AMR Pro will have an open invitation to any Aston Martin-hosted track-day event at race tracks worldwide. These bespoke events include the complete VIP treatment with professional introductions while wearing exclusive FIA racewear. If you need help setting up your AMR Pro, Aston Martin Formula 1 drivers Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll will be there to help. You get a lot for your money, but you will need a lot of it to get your very own Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro.
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