Can you improve on perfect? The Red Bull Advanced Technologies-Aston Martin optional extras suggest you can…
With the Red Bull-Aston Martin Valkyrie moving closer to its delivery date, Aston Martin have announced an options list to add extra-spectacular performance on track, or simply extra spectacular everywhere.
For owners wanting to get their road-going Valkyrie flying on the circuit, the AMR Track Performance Pack delivers a range of benefits designed to drop lap times by around eight per cent. It features a new aerodynamic front clam, delivering greater downforce and efficiency, and a second set of all other exterior body panels.
The pack also comes with lightweight titanium brakes, track-focused suspension, a matte black magnesium performance wheel and carbon-fibre aero-disc set.
Customers also have the opportunity to include a suite of personalised pit garage and race suit accessory options to their package – for that ultimate track day and hypercar ownership experience.
Unlike the track-only Valkyrie AMR-Pro specification, a standard Valkyrie can easily be swapped from road to circuit-spec with the Track Performance Pack, which has been designed to be completely interchangeable with the road-legal components it replaces.
Those not planning to take their absolutely-irreplaceable Valkyrie anywhere near an Armco barrier may still add something more to the package, with a range of four Designer Specification themes available, featuring the exclusive Valkyrie colours Slipstream Green, Liquid Petroleum, Ethanol Silver and Maximum Orange.
Beyond this is an Ultimate Personalisation programme, which invites owners to work with the design team to refine their own specification, including personalisation options and exotic materials from the ‘Q by Aston Martin’ range.
The hybrid Valkyrie is a collaborative project designed under the leadership of Adrian Newey by Red Bull Advanced Technologies and Aston Martin.
Created as a genre-defining road-legal hypercar, it exists at the extreme edge of the performance envelope. 150 road-going and 25 track-only units will be built, with delivery to customers scheduled to begin this year.