Aston Martin’s upcoming Valkyrie hypercar is moving ever closer to production with a recently confirmed AMR Track Pack and bespoke customization options.
Still no word form Aston Martin on when we can expect deliveries of the most powerful Aston Martin ever created, but at least we have confirmation straight from the British carmaker’s digital mouth that there will indeed be an AMR Track Performance Pack available for those who can afford that little extra burst of speed on track day.
How little? Aston Martin says the Track Pack will provide an extra 8% improvement on lap times. Included in the track package are a complete set of new exterior body panels, titanium brakes, magnesium alloy wheels, carbon fiber aero-disks, “track-focused suspension,” and a completely new front fascia “delivering greater downforce and efficiency.”
All those bits and pieces can be swapped with the road-legal parts in order to drive to and from the track--you’ll just need a dedicated pit crew to help you with the heavy lifting. Which Aston Martin can also outfit with a “suite of personalized pit garage and race suit accessory options” to help them get to work.
Getting the Track Pack also provides lucky owners with their own custom AMR livery designs. Aston provided a few examples in their release, including grey, green, and black, along with Aston’s own personal colors shown here. Each livery can be further customized with the owner’s unique flair by “Q by Aston Martin – Commission,” Aston’s personalization program.
On the inside, a wide range of Alcantara color choices are available to choose from along with 6 colors for the racing harness. The steering wheel switches normally come in anodized silver, black, or red, but can be swapped out for titanium versions for those looking to save even a fraction of an ounce.
And if you don’t care about lightness at all, you can ask your Valkyrie to come covered in 24-carat gold leaf just beneath the paint lacquer.
There’s also a carbon fiber accent package that adds the carbon stuff to the inner scoop of the headlights, sidepod vanes, armrests, central interior vent, and the steering wheel faceplate.
Every Valkyrie has already sold for the price of $2.6 million each, so this is more to let those people know what they can spend even more money on once the car starts rolling off the production line.