Named “after the warrior’s paradise in Norse mythology”, the Valhalla is essentially the Valkyrie’s little brother, a project of a collaboration between Aston Martin, Red Bull Advanced Technologies and Adrian Newey.
Where the Valkyrie has a naturally aspirated 6.5-litre V12 with 1,000bhp, the Valhalla will be driven by Aston’s own “high-efficiency, high-output turbocharged V6 petrol engine” and a battery-electric hybrid system. Think of it as a rival to the recently announced Ferrari SF90 Stradale.
Although not as aerodynamically extreme as the Valkyrie, built instead to be a more useable, more approachable mid-engined supercar, it will still produce a huge amount of downforce. It’ll be made entirely out of carbon fibre, too, and use the same active suspension as the Valkyrie, so expect it to be light and incredibly capable.