Aston Martin has revealed the track-focused Valkyrie AMR, reportedly being as fast as a modern Formula One car.
As for specs, Aston Martin is promising more power and torque from the 6.5-litre V12 engine, together with weight savings over the non-track car including removing the heating and infotainment screen, polycarbonate in place of glass, and a lighter exhaust.
Michelin racing tyres together with F1 inspired carbon-carbon brakes will be featured also with an aerodynamics package including a larger front and rear wings and revised controls for the active aero systems. These changes will bring the top speed up to around 250mph (400km/h).
Only 25 units of the Valkyrie AMR Pro will be built, and all of them are already sold.