Aston's test driver tells us what it’s like driving a 1,160bhp hybrid hypercar.
Thanks to new rules and regulations, a modified version of the mental Valkyrie AMR Pro will compete for outright victory in 2021.
A 1,160bhp Aston, an F1 sim and a man prone to motion sickness.
Power and torque totals for Aston’s road-going F1 car revealed. Yikes.
Video: designing our own Aston Martin Valkyrie
Because what this 1,100bhp, flyweight hypercar needed was more speed.
Cosworth-built nat-asp V12 revs to 11,100rpm.
New pictures may make the styling of Aston’s hypercar easier to fathom.
Forget the Sierra RS – Cosworth is working on £2.5m hypercars now.
Aston Martin’s mid-engined Ferrari/McLaren rival is aiming for a 2020 launch.