The Aston Martin Valkyrie hit public roads for the first time earlier this year, following its track debut at the 2019 British Grand Prix. Covid-19 put its testing programme on hold shortly afterwards, however, with first deliveries now expected to come in 2021.
In a recent trading statement, Executive Chairman Lawrence Stroll said: ‘Development of our range of mid-engined cars, descended from the era defining Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar, continues along with updates of our core sports car models.’ The statement also revealed that although Valkyrie testing and development has now resumed, Covid-19-related delays have pushed expected deliveries back from Q2 of this year to 2021.
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