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Aston Martin Valkyrie drivetrain confirmed to have 865kW
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3rd Mar 2019
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Aston Martin Valkyrie drivetrain confirmed to have 865kW

Aston Martin has confirmed power outputs for its hotly-anticipated Valkyrie hypercar, which will blend a naturally-aspirated V12 and KERS-style electric boost to develop 845kW. Aston Martin announced last year the Valkyrie will have a naturally-aspirated 6.5-litre V12 from Cosworth at its core. The internal-combustion engine has a 11,100rpm redline, and develops 747kW of power at 10,500rpm and 740Nm of torque at 7000rpm.
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Aston Martin Valkyrie: New images show car nearing production
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4th Nov 2018
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Aston Martin Valkyrie: New images show car nearing production

The company has provided another sneak peak at the upcoming Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar via its Instagram feed. When the company first showed off a "near-production" version of the Valkyrie in July 2017, Miles Nurnberger, the company's head of exterior design, explained the body was "95 per cent of the way there".
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Aston Martin Valkyrie coming to Australia
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8th Mar 2018
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Aston Martin Valkyrie coming to Australia

UPDATE: Turns out the vehicles sold are allocated to Australia and New Zealand as a combined market, with the current sales allocated to New Zealand. Although, the brand says there is a great deal of interest in the Valkyrie for the Australian market. Australia is home to a number of hypercars, but most of them can't be driven on the road. The Aston Martin Valkyrie will be an exception to the rule.
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Aston Martin Valkyrie: AM-RB 001 gets a new name in Geneva
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7th Mar 2017
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Aston Martin Valkyrie: AM-RB 001 gets a new name in Geneva

Aston Martin and Red Bull's upcoming hypercar, the AM-RB 001, has been given a new name this week: Valkyrie. Named after the legendary figures of Norse mythology - those who choose who lives and who dies in battle - the Valkyrie also continues the 'V' naming tradition that Aston Martin has used since 1951.
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