A revised version of the Aston Martin Valhalla with AMG power is coming

Will the Valhalla ever see the light of the day?

Production of the Aston Martin Valhalla has been postponed about a million times for a variety of reasons but now Aston is gearing up to unveil an upgraded version, almost certainly powered by an AMG-sourced powertrain, with production scheduled to commence in 2023. Hopefully.

The engine that powered the original concept, a twin-turbocharged 1,000-hp hybrid V6, was developed in partnership with Red Bull but Mercedes now owns a significant stake in Aston Martin and as the two brands are already working together for the Cognizant Aston Martin F1 single-seater, it makes sense to develop the engine that will also power the road-going hypercar. The Valhalla is probably going to use the same AMG 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 as the AMG GT73 4Matic, tuned up to at least 800 hp.

Aston remains a bit cryptic as to how many people actually ordered the Valhalla, but they have indeed confirmed that “a chunk of the deposits" that the company was holding at the end of 2020 were for the Valhalla.

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  • It has unfortunate proportions from the back 3/4 shot.

    The DBS is stunning from any angle & has 12 cylinders.

    There is no debate here.

      23 days ago
    • You don't get to control the flow of a discussion particularly when you've spouted completely subjective opinions?😂

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    • And do you when you lie on official records?

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  • I think it's cool but I wouldn't want one (unless I had more money than I could spend)

      24 days ago
  • I prefer GTs to supercars, so I'd take the DBS

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  • "The Aston Martin Valkyrie has received it's 3,926th revision and is due to hit production within the next 6 millennia!"

      23 days ago
  • Ahhh well... i think not having another AMG engine would have made it more unique tbh... unless AMG is planning on making a new engine... idk

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