The new Aston Martin Valhalla has undergone tremendous changes, and this car should make its debut in No Time to Die.
James Bond Usually have access to the latest toys and technology.
But the coronavirus pandemic and the change of Aston Martin’s new boss mean Aston Martin The stars in the next Bond film will be outdated when they are shown on the screen.
Aston Martin provided early examples of the upcoming Valhalla supercar for use in the scene No time to die, The next chapter of the Bond story.
The film was originally scheduled to be released in April 2020, but it was postponed until October 2021 at the earliest.
This is very inconvenient for Aston Martin, because the hero car shown in the movie now has little to do with the showroom example.
Valhalla originally adopted a styling borrowed from the top Aston Martin Valkyrie, and was powered by a V6 turbo engine inspired by F1, with a brand-new appearance and engine.
Just as Aston Martin’s Formula One team borrowed engines from Mercedes-Benz, Valhalla is powered by the wildest engines offered by the German brand AMG division.
Tobias Morse, the new Aston Martin CEO and former Mercedes-AMG boss, took full advantage of connections in Germany to obtain Mercedes-Benz’s 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8.
Valhalla is powered by a special version of the Mercedes V8 previously reserved for the wild Mercedes-AMG GT black series, with 550 kilowatts of supercharged gasoline power.
The electric motor driving the front wheels increases the total output power to about 700kW and 1000Nm, which is slightly lower than the 735kW boasted by the Ferrari SF90.
But due to the carbon fiber body and more aggressive aerodynamics, Aston should be lighter and faster.
Although the original display car looked weird, due to the shape and finish of the front grille The latest DBX crossover.
A lively eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, special Michelin tires and carbon ceramic brakes help provide world-class performance.
The brand said that its machine can complete the Nürburgring track in Germany in about 6 minutes and 30 seconds, which will make it the fastest-selling mass-produced car.
Australia has not confirmed the full price and specifications of the limited model, but we do not expect any changes to the $1 million.