The first Aston Martin Valkyrie holds a Dutch license plate

The first Aston Martin Valkyrie holds a Dutch license plate

Probably not the first Aston Martin Valkyrie in the Netherlands, but the first with a Dutch license plate. This morning 11:28 am, a hypercar co-produced by Red Bull Racing was placed on yellow plates. For example, 2 of the 150 Valkyries that Aston Martin will build are now within our national borders.

Based on the license plate data, the owner paid Euro 3,201,246 to Aston Martin Valkyrie the first of the Netherlands. Of this amount, EUR 182,173 went to the state treasury through BPM. So the thresholds can be built in good weather. That amount is huge because of the registered delivery of 543 grams per kilometer.

Another positive note is that, according to RDW, the vehicle model is ‘AM001’. When the car was just unlocked, the car was still called AM-RB 001 Hypercar. Thus, the job title remains within Aston Martin. Red Bull is now busy with his own hypercar, without Aston Martin.

What do you buy for 3+ million?

You can see Aston Martin safely as an F1 car with the responsibility of the MOT. Valkyrie produces 1,155 horses at 10,500 rpm and 900 Nm at 6,000 rpm. The cause of this violence was already known: the electric motor. Oh, a divine V12 of 6.5 liters from Cosworth that can rotate up to 11,100 rpm. According to the license plate, it emits 98 decibels.

‘The Homelessguy’ also has his Aston Martin Valkyrie in the Netherlands

Entrepreneur Jeroen van den Berg, who you know from his Bugatti Chiron and Ford GT car, was also allowed to pick up his Aston Martin Valkyrie car this week. This is – as far as we know – it has not yet been placed on the yellow plates. His Valkyrie is a green symbol of the army. We would like to know if more Valkyries will come to the Netherlands – and when we will see the Mercedes-AMG One in our small country.

This is how Valkyrie’s amazing V12 sounds at 11,000 rpm

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