Listen to the sound of Aston Martin's naturally aspirated V12 Valkyrie

It sounds like it’s sitting in a room on a dyno. It also sounds amazing. There’s something wonderful about naturally aspirated engines, and it comes down to the aural adventure such a mill provides. This one is no exception and in fact this one is incredibly special.
In a world of forced induction and hybridization, it’s refreshing to find an automaker forgoing such technological advancements for the sake of delivering an awe-inspiring driving experience. 
Here we have a 6.5-liter V12 that’s been designed by Cosworth. Early reports suggest that it’s based on a V-8 used by the Williams F1 team back in 2010 through 2013. This twelve-cylinder beast should rev to over 11,000 rpm and it’s going to make modern F1 drivers wistfully recall the cars of years gone by.

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One response to “Listen to the sound of Aston Martin's naturally aspirated V12 Valkyrie”

  1. Harry Callahan Avatar
    Harry Callahan

    Count me in the V8 admirers club…and NOT the single plane crank type.
    Like the 427 Vette here: (at 3:21)

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