Top Gear’s Chris Harris couldn’t get enough of the Aston Martin Valkyrie, and after watching him taking it around the Bahrain International Circuit, you’ll see why. Power comes from a naturally-aspirated 6.5L V12 engine, paired with a KERS-style electric boost system, that generate a combined 1,160 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque, mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission.
What might surprise you is that the interior has no gauge cluster, but instead a collection of screens. Starting from the left and right corners, these screens act as the camera side mirrors. There’s another one atop of the center console, which is used to show live vehicle information, and regular vehicle controls. Lastly, a screen can be found on the race-inspired steering wheel and doubles as the driver gauge cluster. There are dials and switches as well, as they sit beside the wheel screen to allow for quick changes without interruption.
- Exciting Racing Action - Kids, car enthusiasts, and fans can relive epic races; the car model also makes an iconic display piece as part of a LEGO speed champions collection
- James Bond Minifigure - Includes a LEGO minifigure of James Bond in a cool black suit inspired by the 'No Time To Die' movie, plus a toy wrench accessory
- Interactive Building App - Comes with a LEGO building instructions app for smartphones and tablets, allowing kids to view the model from all angles as they build