Aston Martin Valour Reveal
Limited to 110-units to celebrate 110-years of history, the Astron Martin Valour honors the company’s tradition of front-engined supercars for purists who crave visceral driving experiences. Power comes from a twin-turbocharged 5.2L V12 engine making 705 hp and 555 lb-ft of torque, mated to a six-speed manual transmission, enabling it to hit 60 mph in a mere 3.4-seconds.



Track enthusiasts will appreciate its bespoke suspension, complete with adaptive dampers, springs and anti-roll bars all tuned specifically to the car. Wheel alignment geometry also has dedicated camber, castor and toe settings, while Carbon Ceramic Brakes ensure it has ample stopping power. Production is set to begin at Aston Martin’s Gaydon HQ starting in Q3 2023, with pricing yet to be announced.
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Aston Martin Valour Reveal
Aston Martin Valour Reveal
Aston Martin Valour Reveal
Aston Martin Valour Reveal
Aston Martin Valour Reveal

Inspired by the iconic, muscle cars from our past, we have endowed Valour with an abundance of power and torque, while using modern technology and engineering to make that performance more exploitable and enjoyable. A big part of honouring that driver-pleasing character was mating our fabulous V12 engine to a manual transmission. It was a unique part of the brief and the end result is something truly unforgettable; a state-of-the-art driver’s car that thrives on being pushed to its limits and has the true heart and soul of a timeless analogue classic’,” said Simon Newton, Aston Martin’s Director of Vehicle Performance.

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