Aston Martin tease $2 million hybrid supercar in Singapore

An Aston martin Valhalla has been spotted in a Singapore car showroom.

The main goal for car manufacturers in the current climate is to make their supercars as environmentally friendly as possible, while keeping them impressively quick.

Aston Martin are set to push the boundaries of hybrid supercars with their new supercar, the Valhalla, and a prototype of this car has been spotted in Singapore.

The Valhalla was in Singapore for an official preview at Wearnes Automotive’s showroom at Leng Kee Road.

Only five of these cars are set to be available for purchase in Singapore, with three of these already being sold in anticipation of the Valhalla’s release towards the end of 2024.

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Coming in at an eye-watering $4.8 million, the hybrid-powered supercar is set to be one of Aston Martin’s most impressive releases yet, with the electric component of the car certainly not limiting its power.

A 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 engine can be found under the hood of the Valhalla, Aston Martin’s most powerful V8 over which can produce over 800 horsepower on its own.

A 400V battery powers three electric motors in the car as well, with two found on the front axle and one at the back.

These electric motors combine to produce over 1,000 horsepower and 1,000Nm of torque, making the Valhalla and extremely powerful supercar.

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The hybrid supercar is impressively capable of driving in a full electric mode to allow it to operate as a pure Electric Vehicle, helping Aston Martin fulfil their goal of producing an EV.

This full electric mode will work for up to 15km as long as the car is kept below 130km/h, keeping the car environmentally friendly during this period.

It is expected that the Aston Martin Valhalla will be able to go from 0 to 100km/h in a stunning 2.5 seconds, with the car’s top speed being 350km/h.

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The car has taken a lot of features from Aston Martin’s Formula 1 car, however it will be optimised for use on the road rather than the racetrack.

Apple and Android will both be able to pair to the car while parking cameras, cruise control and collision warning systems make the car perfect for everyday use.

Set for release towards the end of next year, supercar enthusiasts all over the world will be getting excited about the opportunity to get their hands of an Aston Martin Valhalla.