Hardly unveiled that a designer already imagines the Speedster version of the new Aston Martin Valhalla. And the result is very successful!
When it comes to imagining new versions of recently unveiled supercars, designers are not lacking in responsiveness. And that was confirmed once again a few days ago, this time with the all new Aston Martin Valhalla. And for good reason, barely unveiled, the long-awaited sportsman of the brand has already attracted the favors of graphics tablet experts, imagining it in many forms. But one version in particular caught our attention, when it is signed by the very talented Russian designer Nikita Aksyonov, already well known on the net for his creations. Particularly fond of English sports cars, the artist was therefore pleased to transform the supercar, by declining it in a convertible version, to say the least desirable. So it’s on Behance that the Russian has unveiled his creation, for the time being visible from a single angle, while the rear has not been shown for the moment.
And the least we can say is that the result is to say the least attractive, and rather convincing. Only visible from the front, this Aston Martin Valhalla Speedster therefore takes the face of the standard version, with its rounded optics and its imposing grille, all in width. The profile also remains very sculpted, adopting clean and aggressive lines, while the car sits on large 20-inch rims at the front and 21 at the rear. What changes is therefore mainly the upper part of the car, the roof now being removable. Unfortunately, the graphics tablet pro does not specify how, and whether it is a soft top canvas or a hard roof. Unfortunately, we will not know more, while this is a completely imaginary project, and Aston Martin has not yet announced the arrival of any discoverable version of its Valhalla.
Nice technical sheet
Nothing has been specified on what is hidden under the hood of this version, but the engine should undoubtedly remain identical to the standard coupe. As a reminder, this is then equipped with a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 original Mercedes-AMG, combined with two electric motors. The whole then develops a cumulative power of 950 horsepower, for more than 1,000 Nm of torque. An impressive technical sheet, associated with a weight of “only” 1,550 kilos, which then allows the English supercar to achieve 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.5 seconds. If the battery capacity has not been specified, the sporty plug-in hybrid is then able to cover only fifteen kilometers in 100% electric mode, at a maximum speed of 130 km / h.
For now, no precise release date has been announced by the brand, which had originally planned a production of only 500 copies. The unit price could then be around 1.17 million euros.
Photo : Nikita Aksyonov
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