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Aston Martin Valhalla Is Still Following Its Culture Of Non-Convertible Cars

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This time with a lightweight mid-engine car that is expected to take the world by storm. It comes as a continuation of the British automaker’s quest to be one of the greatest builders of fascinating sports cars ever.

This quest is seemingly very much on course considering the various cars that the company has recently paraded. The Valhalla is a massively lovely car from all perspectives.

Not only has the powertrain been subjected to the best test of modern motoring but the design is provocatively gracious. This vehicle is built from the collaboration between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing. It had been codenamed the AM-RB 003.

Notably, this car uses many technologies that were first brought around by another zealous newbie the Aston Martin Valkyrie. As far as the powertrain details are concerned, the company hasn’t revealed exactly where the Valhalla will draw its energy from, but it is hinted to be one of the most revolutionary engines of this era.

Sources reveal that this engine will be able to drain the fluid in about 90 secs, refine it and reuse it. This is no doubt a first in the industry.

Without revealing much, the car will be cordless and not a plug-in hybrid. A lot of carbon fiber is all round this car. Aston Martin has taken time to build this car and the good thing is that the waiting is worth and it is evidently paying off.

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