British carmaker Aston Martin entered this year’s Geneva Motor Show with a crowd-stopping centerpiece. Presenting, the Valkyrie AMR Pro, a track-focused hypercar that further cements the solid motorsports partnership between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing (RBR).
Style-wise, the hypercar evokes a mean aura with sharp, angular panels and well-rounded sleek surfaces. Dressed in a blinding shade of hot yellow with black and red panel accents, the machine indeed looks fast even on a standstill. But the looks are not the Valkyrie AMR Pro’s only party tricks.
According to Aston Martin, the Valkyrie AMR Pro’s body was designed to be wider than the road-going Valkyrie. Its front and rear aero kits were also improved with bigger wings, respectively. These are complimented with advanced active aerodynamic controls. Working together, all these aero improvements enable the machine to cut through wind with ease, achieving more than 1,000 kg of downforce in the process.