Aston Martin Valhalla sells for twice the recommended price

Aston Martin Valhalla sells for twice the recommended price 1

German Auto dealer Seredin has put up for sale an Aston Martin Valhalla supercar. In fact, the release of two-fours has not even begun yet, so buyers are offered only a production slot with a planned delivery date of “December 2023”. For “Valhalla” they ask about 1.2 million euros, that is, almost twice the recommended price.

Production of the Aston Martin Valhalla will begin in the fourth quarter of 2023, and over the next two years, the company plans to build about a thousand cars, each of which will cost 580,000 pounds. The entire edition has most likely already been sold, but the German Auto dealer Seredin is ready to give up the production slot for just 1,189,999 euros.

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The planned delivery date of the supercar is December 2023. Like all “Valhalla” it will be equipped with a V8 4.0 engine with a flat crankshaft, two electric motors, and a 400-volt battery. The combined recoil of the system is 950 forces and 1000 Nm of torque. According to the passport, the car accelerates to the first “a hundred” in 2.5 seconds, “maximum” — 330 kilometers per hour.

In all driving modes, except for fully electric, the battery power is flexibly divided between the axles, but with sharp accelerations, only the rear electric motor is activated, and in electric driving mode, on the contrary, the front one. The supercar is equipped with shock absorbers and springs of variable stiffness Multimatic, so it can cling to the ground in Track mode and lift the front when passing bumps.

The cabin has dual-zone climate control, multimedia with a touch screen and smartphone support, an adjustable steering column, and pedal assembly. In accordance with safety standards, the supercar is also equipped with an auto-braking system, active cruise control, blind spot monitoring, a frontal collision prevention function, and a rearview camera.

Source: Auto Seredin