Aston Martin launches track-focused special edition variant

Valiant is equipped with 734 hp 5.2L Twin-Turbo V12 engine and integrated with six-speed manual transmission
A representational image of Aston Martin Valiant. — Goodwood
A representational image of Aston Martin Valiant. — Goodwood

Aston Martin has recently unveiled the Valiant, an absolute track-focused, road-legal special edition. Developed in collaboration with Formula One champion Fernando Alonso, this car is a testament to the brand’s commitment to driving excellence and pushing the boundaries of the automotive industry.

The Valiant is one of the best automobiles, equipped with a 734 hp 5.2L Twin-Turbo V12 engine integrated with a six-speed manual transmission. It features a plethora of impressive elements, including Multimatic ASV dampers and recalibrated electronics to enhance trackability.

Additionally, it boasts all-carbon fibre bodywork, customised for maximum aerodynamic efficiency. This design reduces weight and increases downforce, prioritising the driver’s connection and focus.

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Moreover, it supports a twin-turbocharged 5.2-litre V-12 engine, tuned to generate a mind-blowing 734 horsepower (hp), surpassing its predecessor, the Valour. The Valiant incorporates cutting-edge technology, including advanced 3D printing and titanium, resulting in notable weight reduction and enhanced overall performance.

The Valiant is set to make a public appearance at the 2024 Goodwood Festival of Speed, showcasing its outstanding capabilities.

However, further details about the Valiant, including pricing, are still under wraps. According to Aston Martin, only 38 units will be produced for the international market, priced at $2.56 million each. This car is not just a vehicle but a significant piece of the automotive industry.