It is powered by a pair of electric motors and a twin-turbo V8 with 937 hp.
Aston Martin has just added a new plug-in hybrid to its lineup. This is one of the few things the Nürburgring and the region can handle with lower emissions, although perhaps more at home along the way. This city car is nothing like the Cygnet and plug-in version of the DBX SUV (which will be launched in 2024). Instead, Warwickshire Boxes produced a supercar with a V8 and two electric motors, a carbon-fiber chassis, more than 1,300 pounds of low-powered power and a total power of 937 horsepower. Oh, and so is the new James Bond car. p>
At this point, you can be forgiven for having a little deja vu, but a lot has happened since the last time we traveled to Vallala. Subsequently, the mid-engine supercar was supposed to be powered in part by a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6. It was built by Aston Martin, and is the first inboard engine design since 1968.
But later that year Aston Martin took over a new boss, Tobias Morse, who was influenced by the level of development of the V6 engine - or or not. Instead, Morse sought an updated technology-sharing agreement between Aston Martin and its old employer, Mercedes-AMG, which by chance had a new performance hybrid system. The future of the company When Arras spoke to Morse earlier this year, he told us, "We need to build a custom engine from Aston. Just copying AMG makes no sense. It has to be ordered, because Aston is another brand. Use this toolbox and we can Creating a more customized Aston Martin engine than her.”
Valhalla’s poor shape has been heavily influenced by Wind Tunnel and Computing Fluid Dynamics Server Formula 1 in the past, Aston Martin pointed to Valhalla’s link F1 aerodynamics legend Adrien Newey, but now Ast has its own Formula One team in Martin, so this embarrassing collaboration with the original designer for a rival team. (Red Bull Racing) is no longer mentioned.
READ MORE Mercedes-AMG shows its new route to Formula 1 What Aston Martin stands out is the fact that it takes 150 mph (241 km/h) to 1,322 lbs (600 kg) produces downforce, and the fact That it has an F1-style driving position means your feet are above your hips once you've tried there. The new Valhalla powertrain combines an electric motor on each axle with a twin-turbo V8 and a rear-mounted eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The cockpit V8 uses a flat-plate crankshaft at around 7,200 rpm and produces 737 horsepower (550 kW). Each unit has an electric motor of up to 201 hp (150 kW), although it is asynchronous - the 400 V lithium-ion traction battery can only produce 201 hp, so its total output is 937 hp (700 kW) and 738 lb-ft. Feet (1,000 Nm).
However, this does mean that the hybrid system can send all of its 201 horsepower to the front axle - which it does, say only in EV mode. Or he can send all this to the rear axle, although the car practically splits the battery into both axles based on road (or track) conditions and the wishes of the person behind the wheel. Electric motors also eliminate the need for reverse gear in the transmission.
What I'm not entirely sure of is how the gang is able to provide Valhalla with the salary of a British civil servant. Aston Martin hasn't revealed the exact price for the Valhalla, but we expect it to cost at least $1.2 million.
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