Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro is the most insane Aston yet

Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro track car revealed

Aston Martin Valkyrie: Track version of car designed by Adrian Newey

Weight savings, uprated brakes and LMP1-spec racing tyres will also bring significant performance gains that will contribute to creating a vehicle capable of cornering forces in excess of 3.3G and a top speed close to 250mph. The price? Well, considering the standard Valkyrie is said to cost between $2.6 and $4 million, the AMR Pro will undoubtedly be more than that - think more in the region of $5 million.

The Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro's styling is all business.

The Valkyrie AMR Pro also gets Formula One-inspired carbon brakes to bring its insane speeds to a halt.

The brainchild of Adrian Newey and the product of the collaboration between Aston Martin, Red Bull Advanced Technologies and project partner AF Racing, just 25 units of the Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro will be built.

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As with the before it, Aston Martin placed even more emphasis on aerodynamics over the "standard" version of the auto. The electric part of the hybrid system will remain unchanged, but Aston says that it has recalibrated the engine and made modifications to the emissions control systems (at least auto makers are being honest about it these days) to boost power and torque.

To help it achieve those lofty specs, the Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro will also get some aerodynamic upgrades with larger wings on the front and rear.

The opportunity has also been taken to make further weight savings, both through the removal of extraneous items such as the heater/de-mister blower and infotainment screens fitted to the road vehicle, and through the fitment of new ultra-lightweight track-specific components.

As you recall, the Valkyrie is the result of a collaboration between Aston Martin and Red Bull.

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However, what promises to send the Valkyrie AMR Pro into really uncharted territory is the upgrade to its already extreme aero package.

New suspension uprights and carbonfibre wishbones save more mass, and the normal seat has been swapped for an ultra-lightweight pair of moulded race seats. While the core elements of the road and track versions are shared, every aspect of the AMR Pro - aerodynamics, chassis, powertrain and weight - has been optimised to significantly extend the performance envelope. "It offers a level of track performance significantly beyond any previous two seat closed roof auto".

Aston Martin does confirm some of the performance gains out on the tarmac though.

Aston Martin is planning to build just 25 examples of the Valkyrie AMR Pro, and all have already been sold. First deliveries are expected in 2020. Tailored to their individual experience and skill levels, owners will have access to the same facilities as Aston Martin Red Bull Racing's F1 drivers.

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