Aston Martin is feverishly preparing for the arrival of the dazzling Valhalla with breathtaking technology.
THEis in the last phase of development of the impressive Valhalla releasing various elements of the hypercar bit by bit. The Valhalla carries strong Formula 1 elements with Aston Martin having transferred its experience from the F1 tracks to its new model.
The car’s frame is made of carbon fiber, while the suspension structure is inspired by its car Formula 1. The brakes are ceramic and the aerodynamic aids have active technology that adapts to driving conditions. The engine is from Mercedes, the familiar one V8 of 4.0 liters with two turbos and works with two electric motors. The overall performance is 937 horsepower and extreme performance with 0-100 km/h coming in 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 349 km/h.
In the latest video released by Aston Martin, Design Director Miles Nurnberger explains how its interior was developed and designed. The first thing to notice is the transfer of the cabin of a Formula 1 car to the production car. Intensive work was done in her field ergonomics with the driving position being too high low to help the driver connect with the car while driving.
Discounts have not been made in her area luxury, while the comfort is at a high level thanks to the “box” technology that was used. For maximum usability the designers decided to make the switches adjustable and asked them Formula 1 team drivers to drive the car to give useful information in order to have the best possible result and in the fast driving process.
The Aston Martin Valhalla interior presentation video.
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