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VALKYRIE SPIDER | OTHERWORLDLY PERFORMANCE
The new Valkyrie Spider is a thrilling next-step in the progression of the Aston Martin Valkyrie bloodline. One shaped by the unbeatable sensory stimulus that comes with roof-off driving in one the world’s most extreme hypercars. One that also delivers the most comparable experience to that of an F1® car, not limited to the track.
Just 85 examples of the Valkyrie Spider will be built, available in both left and right-hand drive derivatives.
The pursuit of open-top luxury comes with the challenge of ensuring the core experience remains true to Aston Martin and Adrian Newey’s exacting performance objectives for the original Aston Martin Valkyrie programme. As these positioned Valkyrie at the very cutting-edge of hypercar design and engineering it means the Valkyire Spider has benefitted from unique engineering solutions born from the combined talents of Aston Martin and Red Bull Advanced Technologies (RBAT).
The upper body surfaces of the teardrop-shaped cockpit and lower tub contours follow the envelope of space available between the huge full-length Venturi tunnels that run either side of the cockpit floor. Drawing huge quantities of air beneath the car to feed the rear diffuser, these tunnels are the key to generating the Aston Martin Valkyrie Spider’s extraordinary levels of downforce, while keeping the upper body surfaces free from additional aerodynamic devices that would spoil the purity of the open-top styling.
CARBON FIBRE STRUCTURE
While the Aston Martin Valkyrie’s unique 1155PS hybrid V12 powertrain remains unchanged, the Valkyrie Spider has received revisions to its carbon fibre structure, plus precise recalibration of both the active aerodynamic and active chassis systems. All with an eye to maintaining optimal Valkyrie performance when driven in a roof-off condition.
F1® inspired low hip-to-heel height and near-central seat positioning, along with a 6-point safety harness to keep the occupants safely in the car. A centre rear-view camera system along with front and rear parking sensors will aid the driver at both high and low speeds, with displays sitting just above the Instrument Panel.
By following the same exacting Valkyrie ethos, the Spider remains a quintessential package of efficient and lightweight solutions, not to mention the fastest and most extreme open-top Aston Martin ever built – a driving experience that truly epitomises a road-going F1® car.
Aston Martin of Greenwich
273 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Monday - Friday:
9:00AM - 6:00PM
9:00AM - 4:00PM
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