2022 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro takes the hypercar genre to the next generation

The all-new Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro is a sensational revolutionary update of the previous Valkyrie road car. Essentially, designed as a racehorse, the car knocks down the racing regulations.

Aston Martin, Red Bull Advanced Technologies, and other working partners have worked meticulously to design this heart-winning Valkyrie AMR Pro.

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Geneva Motor Show 2018 originated the genuine concept of what’s the fastest car and laid the foundation for this amazing variant. This version is equipped with high-fi functions of chassis, race optimization, aerodynamics, and power development.

Valkyrie AMR Pro, the fastest drag car is in partnership with the Red Bull Advanced Technologies (RBAT) that ensures unparalleled potency and mind-boggling capabilities. The unique chassis dimensions are 380 × 96 × 115mm. The aerodynamics package is aggressive to the core, providing both overwing and underbody airflow.

The V12 engine bolsters the fastest lap time by reviving 11,000rpm. Moreover, the weight is considerably reduced by removing the battery. Ultra-weight fine, suspension wishbones, and perspex windscreen gild the lily. Valkyrie AMR Pro is a big leap towards Formula 1.

The CEO of Aston Martin, Tobias Moers described the Aston Martin Valkyrie program as an adventure in engineering and a true expression of passion. “Valkyrie AMR Pro is a project sans comparison. Nothing else can look like it, even sound like it”, he adds.

Further details of the specification-cum-performance will be issued later this year. Nevertheless, the Valkyrie AMR Pro would emerge as the fore-running LMP1 car for racing endurance tests.

All cars would come up with a left-handed driving option; while, the first deliveries are scheduled to be started in the fourth quarter of this year.

The physical testing of Valkyrie AMRI is due to commence soon under the auspices of Formula One Team drivers.

Jasper has been an enthusiast of the automotive and IT industries since the age of 16. He independently writes on the auto industry's recent happenings.