Aston Martin has unveiled the Valhalla hybrid supercar, which features a 937hp V8 engine.
Aston Martin, A 150kW/400V battery hybrid system featuring a pair of e-motors, one mounted on the front axle and the other on the rear axle, is supposed to supplement the new V8 engine.
New Delhi, India – Aston Martin debuted the production-ready Valhalla hybrid supercar on Thursday, which features a 937hp, hybrid V8 powerplant and a top speed of 330km/h.
According to a press statement, the new V8 engine is supplemented by a 150kW/400V battery hybrid system that employs a pair of e-motors, one installed on the front axle and the other on the rear axle. The electric system adds another 204PS for a total combined power output of 950PS.
"Aston Martin's first series production mid-engined supercar, Valhalla, is a really transformational moment for this ultra-luxury company," stated Lawrence Stroll, executive chairman of Aston Martin.
The introduction of Valhalla underscores Aston Martin's commitment to producing a range of great mid-engine driver-focused vehicles, a critical next step in the expansion of our product line-up." "It also seemed natural to debut this beautiful track-orientated supercar at the home of motorsport and the Aston Martin Cognizant Formula OneTM Team and marks Aston Martin's return to the British Grand Prix for the first time in over 60 years, a true milestone," Stroll continued.
The car is being created with input from Aston Martin F1 drivers Sebastian Vettel, Lance Stroll, and Nico Hulkenburg, according to the business.
With the new model, Aston Martin will compete in a segment previously occupied by Ferrari and Lamborghini.
Valhalla will have an unrivaled power-to-weight ratio compared to its class rivals, according to the manufacturer, with a planned dry weight of less than 1550kg.