Behold: the Aston Martin Valhalla – stablemate to Aston Martin’s Valkyrie hypercar with a modified AMG Black hybrid drivetrain combining a V8 petrol engine and two electric motors.
All this generates 937bhp, a 100km/h time of 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 350km/h.
Active all-wheel-drive can put up to 100% of the electric motors’ output to either the front or rear axle of a car whose chassis and aerodynamic design were developed in collaboration with the Red Bull F1 team and legendary engineer Adrian Newey.
Price unconfirmed but rumoured to be around €675,000.
Behold: the Aston Martin Valhalla Coupe – a hypercar developed alongside the (similarly Norse god-themed) Valkyrie.
Powered by a F1-inspired hybrid twin-turbo V6 and designed to compete with Ferrari’s SF90 Stradale and McLaren’s next P1, 500 of these mid-engined track rockets will be produced (with a possible convertible option to follow).