The Aston Martin Valkyrie is a limited production hybrid sports car collaboratively built by British automobile manufacturers Aston Martin, Red Bull Racing Advanced Technologies and several others. The car has a futuristic styling and is super exclusive and rare.
The cockpit has a teardrop form, and the seats have been adjusted so that the occupants' feet are elevated. There are two seats on the Valkyrie. Unlike Aston Martin's potent grand tourers, the Valkyrie is more performance-focused, and it sports a 6.5L V12 hybrid powertrain that provides it astounding performance.
The Valkyrie is one of the most expensive vehicles in the world with an estimated price of $3,500,000. Since it is made entirely of carbon fiber, the load is reduced while the power-to-weight ratio is maximized. A naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine built specifically for the Aston Martin Valkyrie delivers about 1,000 horsepower (746 kW; 1,014 PS) at 10,500 rpm, with a redline of 11,100 rpm.
Consequently, it is the most potent naturally-aspirated engine ever to be installed in a production road vehicle. The Valkyrie has peak combined torque of 900Nm at 6,000 rpm and maximum power of 1,160bhp @ 10,500 rpm. When traveling in slow moving traffic, the electric motor from Rimac keeps the high-revving tractable by acting as a starter, alternator, and reverse gear.