2022 Aston Martin Valkyrie – The first images of the new Aston Martin Vengeful Vision have just emerged and they certainly look promising. Confirmed as a front wheel drive production vehicle, the new Vengeful will replace the old AM-S model and is set to make an appearance at the Frankfurt Motor Show in late February.
A concept, the Aston Martin Vengeful Vision has a sporty feel and looks set to be a firm favourite with Aston Martin fans around the world. The concept’s aggressive stance and powerful stance take design cues from its big brother, the Lamborghini Countach.
What You Have to Get From 2022 Aston Martin Valkyrie
Under the ownership of Jaguar, the new Vengeful Vision will feature a powerful 7.2 hp LMP Hybrid and also carries under the hood of the car an exclusively developed version of Jaguar’s ZF hypercar technology, which promises an unprecedented level of performance. The road car will carry under the hood an entirely aluminium twin-spoke body with massive front and rear air vents, lightweight carbon monoxide (CAO) hybrid springs, front and rear strut Bilstein 2.5 inch aluminium wheels, front and rear light optimised for maximum lift and reduce weight.
The new Aston Martin Vengeful Vision will also feature a huge rear side-curtain wing designed to reduce air resistance to the motorhome. The new wing takes aerodynamics to another level, further enhancing the Vengeful’s speed and power.
The new Aston Martin Vengeful Vision will not be for everyone. Only the ultra-rare supercars created by Ferrari, Lamborghini and Nissan are likely to see the skies above. However, for those who care and those who enjoy driving fast, the new 2022 Aston Martin Valkyrie is the hypercar for you. Not only does it promise to be a fast and sleek road car, the Valkyrie HYT will also be a great utility vehicle for people who enjoy daily work on the go.
Aston Martin is renowned for its engineering prowess, and the Vengeful Vision is no exception. At over 500 metres long, the Vengeful boasts the most aerodynamic set of wheels ever created. The car is also four feet wider than the old model, meaning it is the largest, best looking, and fastest Aston Martin ever made.
The latest version of the futuristic looking hypercar will also be lighter and less than half a hundred pounds heavy, making it the most affordable of any hypercar on the market today. Unlike the old Valkyrie, the new version will not be built on a new wing or a new underfloor.
Instead, it will use the same two-piece flanks that have been used on previous Aston Martin Vengeful model cars, which help to create superior high-speed handling and road grip. To ensure that the Vengeful can handle the rigours of Formula One racing, every component in the car is linked together through a system of bolts and screws that are unique to each machine. The brakes, the transmission, the engine, and all the other components used in Formula One racing must all work in harmony with each other to ensure a complete, fault-free drive.
When it comes to creating a completely aerodynamic racing car, the new 2022 Aston Martin Valkyrie has four high-tech wings – two on either side of the vehicle, and two underneath the wings.
These are responsible for the reduced drag that the car must have, as well as helping the vehicle achieves an excellent energy-to-weight ratio. The high-tech air vents located around the front and rear of the vehicle also help to reduce the air resistance, improving the aerodynamic performance of the Vengeful.
The two carbon fiber monocoque bodies used to create the Vengeful are also fitted with specially designed roll-cage body parts. These have been cleverly designed to provide the driver with a sense of being enveloped by a cocoon of titanium, while also being able to extract power easily, due to the high level of horsepower the vehicle can produce.
Inside the cabin of the Vengeful, you will find two powerful, lightweight but flexible aluminum twin-rotor engine sections, mated to a specially developed, high-strength electric motor. This power plant manages to create a staggering 675 lb/hr of torque, which is far more than the Venge’s outgoing brother, the V-12 hybrid.
All the new Aston Martin Racing models, including the 2022 Aston Martin Valkyrie, will be coming to dealerships very soon, so make sure you keep your eyes open for your chance to lease or purchase one before the official launch.
For those who live in the UK, there will only be limited quantities available, so don’t wait to reserve yours. You can get a first look at the new 2022 Aston Martin Valkyrie at our website. We’ll also share the exact specifications of all the model versions there.