Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Track Performance Pack

Jan 24, 2019

Category: Rides

From the moment it was first teased straight on through today, Aston Martin’s Valkyrie hypercar has been nothing shy of breathtaking — both from a styling and performance perspective. And, honestly, it didn’t need any improvements. But that hasn’t stopped the brand and their in-house tuning shop from unveiling upgrades in the form of the AMR Track Performance Pack.

Designed for the lucky 150 owners of the road-going version of the hypercar, this parts package turns the ride into a track-ready monster by boosting the overall performance a whopping 8% — that might not sound like much, but it’s a big deal, trust us. The package includes an aerodynamically redesigned front clamshell to improve downforce and efficiency, a full set of optimized body panels, titanium brakes, magnesium wheels wrapped in carbon fiber, and more. There’s also the option for even more customization via the brand’s Q by Aston Martin program. Unfortunately, the package also makes the whole car illegal to drive on the roads, but the parts can be easily swapped so you can keep the Valkyrie as your daily driver when you’re done at the track.

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