It’s a day-by-day countdown until the Aston Martin Valkyrie is ready to roll. The latest developments are the AMR Track Pack and Q design specifications.
These renderings for what will be one of the most incredible hypercars ever manufactured are a sight for sore eyes.
AMR Track Performance Pack
Firstly, there’s the AMR Track Pack – if a car like the 10,000rpm V12 Valkyrie really needs further preparation for track work…
The AMR Track Performance Pack adds a new front clamshell, lightweight titanium brakes, magnesium wheels with aero discs and revised suspension.
AMR cars will also come with a separate set of exterior panels, especially for track work (a lot of the modifications aren’t road legal). Add to that a personalised race suit and pit garage for the full Le Mans racer experience.
Visually, the now-familiar AMR colour scheme is demonstrated here – Lime over Stirling Green. A nice touch is Aston Martin vice president Marek Reichman’s name on the side, racer-style. This is one of three AMR-flavoured liveries available.
Ultimate Personalisation programme
It seems obvious to suggest that, as a prospective buyer for one of the 150 Valkyries being made, you have absolute freedom of customisation. ‘Standard’ specifications are for those ‘who want their Valkyrie to stay close to the designer’s vision’.
Exclusive Valkyrie colours include Slipstream Green, Liquid Petroleum, Ethanol Silver and Maximum Orange.
For those who want to think outside the box – and we suspect many will – the Ultimate Personalisation programme exists to enact your every whim with the help of ‘Q by Aston Martin – Commission’.
The stunning top inlet that hangs over an expansive NACA duct can be had in gloss black as standard, or exposed carbon fibre.
The cabin can be specified with various different colours, stitches and materials for the controls and surfaces, including titanium if you go through Q.
Q by Aston Martin – Commission
How does the Q Gold Pack sound? It features 24-carat gold leaf laid under the paint lacquer, gold-plated Aston wings, a gold anodised oil filler, gold interior detailing and gold on the honeycomb wheels. See the Mantis green car here for reference.
A Mokume Carbon Fibre option pack adorns your Valkyrie in ‘carbon jewellery’. That’s also featured on this Mantis car.
For a bit of inspiration, Aston has released renderings in various different specifications – and they are stunning.
We’d take Mantis green with gold wheels, although the Ethanol Silver with Caycous Orange highlights is rather lovely. Decisions, decisions…
What’s interesting is there are no prices listed for any of this. If you have to ask…
In pictures: Aston Martin Valkyrie Track Pack and Q pack
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