Aston Martin shows Valkyrie in two-tone color schemeby Justin King
An interior photo shows the "feet up" driving position, taking inspiration from F1 cars.
Aston Martin has revealed a few more images of the Valkyrie, providing a fresh glimpse at a unique configuration.
The latest photos, posted on Instagram, show a two-tone color scheme that shifts from light blue up front to a darker hue toward the rear. Complex honeycomb alloy wheels also appear to be new.
The latest gallery highlights the Valkyrie's carbon-fiber interior, with a reclined "feet up" seating configuration that takes inspiration from Formula 1 cars. The company says the layout ensures the driver "feels at one with the car."
The car's 6.5-liter V12 engine is expected to deliver more than 1,100 horsepower, with help from a hybrid system.
The first units will likely begin arriving in 2020.