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Aston Martin Valhalla – Upcoming Mid-engine Sports Car

Aston Martin’s transformational journey takes a huge step forwards with the Valhalla concept car brought to production reality as an extraordinary, truly driver-focused mid-engined hybrid supercar.

Combining intense performance with pinpoint dynamics for unprecedented driver involvement and driving experience.

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Built with chassis, aerodynamic, and electronics expertise forged in Formula One®, and a cutting-edge hybrid powertrain technology at its heart, Valhalla is a formidable technological showcase. Yet far from engineering the driver out of the loop, Valhalla’s sole focus is immersing them in a new kind of supercar driving experience.

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Valhalla heralds a new definition of Aston Martin. With a mid-engined 950PS gasoline/battery-electric powertrain, new carbon fiber structure, and aerodynamics inspired by the pioneering philosophy first seen in the revolutionary Aston Martin Valkyrie, Valhalla will bring the perfect balance of hypercar performance and advanced powertrain, driving dynamics, and uniquely sophisticated design materials to truly redefine the supercar sector.

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At the beating heart of Valhalla is its all-new PHEV powertrain, which features three motors; foremost of these is a rear-mid-mounted 4.0 liter twin-turbo bespoke V8 engine. The most advanced, responsive, and highest performing V8 engine ever fitted to an Aston Martin, revving to 7200rpm and developing 750PS.

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Supplementing this new V8 engine is a 150kW/400V battery hybrid system, contributing a further 204PS. When driven in EV mode battery power is directed exclusively to the front axle; in other driving modes battery power is split between front and rear axles. In certain situations, 100% of battery power can be sent to the rear axle, supplementing with the full force of the ICE V8 for maximum performance.

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Running in EV-only mode, Valhalla will be capable of a maximum of 80 mph / 130km/h and has a zero-emission range of 15km. Predicted CO2 (WLTP) is less than 200g/km. Unleashing all 950PS the Valhalla will reach a top speed of 217mph / 350km/h and will complete the sprint from 0-62mph in just 2.5 seconds.

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