Aston Martin Valkyrie Has Been Delayed (Again)

Only 150 coupes are set to be built (all are sold out) along with an additional 85 Spiders and 40 track-only Valkyrie AMR Pro. It’s been a long road to production for the Valkyrie, which first premiered back in 2016 in concept form. It’s an extremely complicated machine and Aston Martin has faced many challenges preparing it for production.Power comes from a Cosworth-developed naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 paired to an electric motor. Total output comes to 1,139 horsepower with curb weight reaching only around 2,300 pounds. The Valkyrie is not only a symbolic show of technology and brand commitment, but it’s also a major moneymaker.