Aston Martin Valkyrie coming to Australia

Australia is residence to a variety of hypercars, but most of them simply cannot be driven on the road. The Aston Martin Valkyrie will be an exception to the rule.

Speaking to media at the Geneva motor clearly show, Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer, verified the Valkyrie will be coming to Australia, and various gross sales have now been designed to prospective buyers Down Beneath.

“Yes. Off the top of my head it’s better than one particular,” Palmer reported.

“I had in head it was all around three or 4. We’re carrying out equally right-hand and remaining-hand generate, it is likely to be seat belt polices that are the issue for Australia.”

As soon as these hurdles have been defeat, the Valkyrie will be the quickest, most costly street-legal vehicle on sale in Australia.

An asking price of US$3.2 million ($4.1 million) will make it the equal selling price of three Lamborghini Aventador SV coupes, attracting a luxury car tax determine of just more than AUD$1.2 million.

The approaching Valkyrie is a hybrid electrical hypercar co-formulated by Aston Martin and Purple Bull. It’s powered by a 6.5-litre normally aspirated V12 engine with a KERS hybrid battery system designed by Croatian manufacturer Rimac.

Developing 843kW of electricity, it’s mated to a seven-velocity twin clutch gearbox and weighs just 1030kg.

It has a prime speed of 402km/h, creating it just one of the fastest automobiles on the world.

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