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If you thought the Aston Martin Valkyrie was wild enough then you are not on the same page with its designer Adrian Newey. The Valkyrie will set benchmarks in terms of road going car however with the new track only version, Newey believes they have managed to unleash it's true potential.
In this track only version, every single exterior panel has been tweaked to achieve higher downforce. In these sketches, it seems the track version will have a lower and bigger front splitter, louvered fenders, a bigger roof scoop as well as massive fin. Towards the rear end, the AMR Pro will have a full width rear wing unlike its road version. It will be sitting on 18 inch wheels which will wrapped with the same kind of Michelin rubber used on LMP1 cars and the braking power will be guaranteed by F1 grade carbon ceramics.
According to their test results from the simulations, the AMR Pro will have a top speed of 250mph and will pull 3.3 G while cornering and 3.5 G while braking. Have you ever heard of a track car which generates this numbers before? Surely not and if you are planning to buy one of these, chances are all the 25 units have already been sold out.