The first and second Valours have been sighted.

  • David
  • 2024-03-22 12:00
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The first and second Valours have been sighted.

Deliveries of the brand new Valour are also in full swing. It is clear that accordingly the first specimens can already be seen on the street. Unfortunately, we failed to report on the first one which was sig-hted last Thursday. In the meantime, the second one has already been spotted.

While some car brands are still lagging behind, Aston Martin is diligently catering to their customers with the craziest cars. Some of these include the Valkyrie and the Valkyrie Roadster, the DBR22, which has also started deliveries, and the Aston Martin Valhalla, which theoretically should also come at some point. Among them are all the new Aston Martins that have just been introduced, such as the new Vantage and the new DB12. Today, however, we focus on the Valour, which is also one of the strictly limited vehicles of the British brand.

Most notably, of course, is its distinctive design, which almost one-to-one reminds us of the Victor, which in turn is supposed to remind us of an Aston Martin from the past. If you are not yet familiar with the technical innovations of the Aston Martin Valour, here are some details:
The bloodline of the Aston Martin Valour is of unparalleled quality. Inspired by the original V8 Vantage and the impressive Le Mans race car RHAM/1 "Muncher" based on the Vantage from 1980, it possesses the raw power that is typical of the best sports cars from Aston Martin. Machines like the V600 Vantage with twin superchargers from the 1990s were at times the most powerful production cars in the world. The flawless design and precise execution are reminiscent of the exquisite supercar One-77, while its intense, driver-oriented character connects the Valour with the unique Victor.

Worldwide production is limited to only 110 units, ensuring the rarity of the Valour and making it one of the most valuable collector's items among all Aston Martins. A fascinating end-time specification combines the epic 5.2-liter V12 engine with 715 horsepower and 753 Nm of torque, as well as two turbochargers for the first time with a bespoke six-speed manual gearbox. It doesn't seem exaggerated to me to claim that this Aston Martin could be one of the most beautiful Aston Martins ever made and ever will be. But of course, that's purely a matter of taste...
The first and second Valours have been sighted.Click on the photo for more photo's of this spot!

The first and second Valours have been sighted.Click on the photo for more photo's of this spot!

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