Aston Martin Valkyrie Gets Potent AMR Track Performance Pack

Aston Martin has confirmed reports that the road-legal Valkyrie hypercar will be available with an AMR Track Performance Pack. The British automaker has also detailed the personalization programme for the vehicle.

As the name of the AMR Track Performance Pack suggests, it will make the road-legal Valkyrie that little bit faster on a racetrack but not quite rival the track-only Valkyrie AMR Pro.

The performance pack includes a new aerodynamic front clam to improve downforce and efficiency, lightweight titanium brakes, matte black magnesium performance wheels, a carbon fiber aero wheel disk set, and track-focused suspension.

Aston Martin says the alterations will make the Valkyrie roughly 8 per cent quicker than the standard model. Customers that opt for the AMR Track Performance Pack will also be provided with a second set of all exterior body panels. The track-only components can also be quickly interchanged with the road-legal parts.

As you would expect from a hypercar that costs well into the millions, Aston Martin offers a plethora of personalization options for the car. Customers of the AMR Track Performance Pack can choose between three AMR livery designs created by Aston Martin or if they choose, create their own unique finished through ‘Q by Aston Martin – Commission’.

Road-legal Valkyries can also be specified precisely to the customer’s wants and to get them started, Aston Martin has created four ‘Designer Specification’ themes. These themes consist of Slipstream Green, Liquid Petroleum, Ethanol Silver, and Maximum Orange.

Aston’s ‘Ultimate Personalisation’ programme will allow Valkyrie owners to make their wildest dreams a reality for those that don’t want to stick to the script.

In the cabin, Aston Martin offers a plethora of alcantara colors, patterns, and finishes, including six different colors for the seat harness. Expertly woven leather is also available.

Among the particularly noteworthy options offered from ‘Q by Aston Martin’ include the Gold Pack where 24-carat gold leaf is laid under the paint lacquer. There’s also a Mokume Carbon Fiber option pack where carbon will be added to the inner scoop of the headlights, sidepod vanes, armrest, central interior vent, and steering wheel face plate.

 

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  • Ben

    The fact that a car such as this has an optional “performance pack” is just so disrespectful. I’m sorry, I don’t need my Valkyrie to be good at you know…racing. I’d much rather take it for slow rides along the beach and maybe lay on the boot lid while I look up at the stars in an open field.

    • TheAmerican

      Yeah. Grab a few beers, drive down some old dirt road, hang out fishing by a lake with some friends…

  • MatTa Ddor

    ‘Subscribe to PewDiePie’

  • Astonman

    I like the looks of this better than to the Mercedes.

    • donald seymour

      Judging by your name I would say that you are bias.

      • Astonman

        I like Astons but would not say I’m biased. The Valkerie is a sexier car with better porportions. BTW I don’t own an Aston and drive a Mercedes.

  • SteersUright

    Cool car, awesome wheels, expected it to look better and more futuristic. It just looks like a Zonda or any other supercar before it. The headlights are particularly bad.

    • TheAmerican

      Those fancy wheels would add unnecessary weight. And when it comes to wheels, weight matters quite a bit.

  • lol like it was a subtle sedan before; it needed that performance pack soo bad.

    • donald seymour

      Right, Laugh out Loud.

  • I have a problem with this car… the Aston Design Language doesn’t translate well on midengine cars.

    • donald seymour

      I disagree . but I unsunderst your point.

    • CBV2020

      I believe Aston has boldly advanced and applied authentic design language–looks like an Aston to me, a hyper-Aston less the make-up. I’m glad they’re not limited to their norm and have done a great job transforming/customizing the ques to this legend.

  • They don’t even deliver it yet!

  • Dennis James

    This car should be as good as it gets and not need any extra “pack”…

  • Bo Hanan

    A clear shot fired over the bows of Ferrari car designs of the last 15 years. And a warning to McLaren.

  • Vassilis

    What a car this will be.

  • lagunas3ca

    Looks like Jaguar C-X75.

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