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A video of the car shows its two-seat layout and race-inspired driving environment

The Aston Martin Valkyrie will have a two-seat interior with three information screens on its dashboard, a new leaked video of the car has shown.

The layout is similar to that of GT racing cars, and suggests drivers will be able to access live information for the car's powertrain and chassis control systems, as well as make adjustments while on the move.

The footage comes one week after Aston Martin released new images of the upcoming hypercar, which showed it in what the brand said was 90% finished form.

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Powered by a naturally aspirated Cosworth 6.5-litre petrol V12 with 900bhp and benefitting from technical input from Red Bull Advanced Technologies, the car is the brainchild of the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team's chief technical officer, Adrian Newey.

Click here for a full technical run down of the Valkyrie

Previously referred to as the AM-RB 001, the car costs around £2-3 million and is due on roads in 2019, shortly after the similarly advanced Mercedes-AMG Project One hypercar arrives



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bowsersheepdog 21 June 2017

In camera obscurer

Leaked isn't the word for this. Released. That's the word. They may as well have filmed the car in kaleidoscopic vision being driven down a steep hill by a fat, down-at-heel detective with one arm, accompanied by the gravelly voice-over "An Aston Martin Production", it's so contrived. Like detective shows of the sixties and seventies the plot is fooling no-one.
zogle28 20 June 2017

Clearly a Chinese customer

The portrait style photograph (they have a tendency to take every photo in portrait) plus the trousers of the guy in the passenger seat mark this out as a (most likely super rich) Chinese customer.
275not599 19 June 2017

I can't decide whether having

I can't decide whether having headlights that are a bit of a non-event is a good or a bad thing.