Aston Martin has revealed its first mass-production hybrid supercar.
The Valhalla, which can go from rest to 62mph in 2.5 seconds and hit a top speed of 217mph, will cost around £700,000.
It will be more widely available than its hybrid predecessor, the limited edition Valkyrie.
Aston’s new gem is powered by a new V8 petrol engine and electric motors.
It is set to be built from 2023.
The car’s structure is built around a new a carbon fibre tub for maximum stiffness with “minimum weight penalty”.
Aston Martin’s CEO, Tobias Moers, said: “Preserving the essence of an exceptional concept car is vital when meeting the challenge of bringing it into production. With Valhalla not only have we stayed true to our commitment to build a world-beating supercar, but we have exceeded our original aims.
Video: Aston Martin reveals new hybrid supercar (Reuters)
“The result is a pure driving machine – one which exists right at the cutting edge of performance and technology yet allows the driver to feel the emotion and thrill of complete connection and control.”
The 2019 Valhalla will make a starring appearance in 007 Bond’s latest installment No Time to Die.
No Time to Die is expected to hit cinemas in September later this year following delays because of Covid-19.