The AM-RB-001 will be called finally Valkyrie.
have not Eventually confirmed previous reports, which indicated that the model was developed jointly by Aston Martin and Red Bull Advanced Technologies would be called Nebula, and has been Valkyrie, the appellation chosen to baptize the AM-RB 001.
Although far from what it may seem, the female deities of the north in charge of the search for warriors for Odin have not been responsible for the british brand has chosen this name, but its already traditional custom of using names that begin with the letter V.
This custom nation with the Aston Vantage, 1951, and to this, which is still being employed, it has been followed by others such as Virage, The Vanquish or the more recent Aston Martin Vulcan, which also uses the name of a deity, specifically the God of fire in roman mythology.
Along with the announcement, the british firm has unveiled a new video whose purpose seems to be to the to simply give know your final name, in which by what you see there is no novelty, except that we turned on the lights of the model – that currently has only been seen by way of model non-functional full-scale – although it is probably just a mount for the occasion.
Of rest, neither in the video nor in the press release that accompanies the signature has not revealed even a single data model. This will be produced in a strictly limited series of just 150 units, in addition to other 25 designed only to track and therefore will not be matriculables.
The brand has not confirmed, but we look forward to meeting with the new
Valkyrie at the imminent Geneva motor show 2017, that you can follow in
direct from our special follow-up from the Palexpo