Post of the year. Period.Well, someone got their hands on the Valkyrie User Manual: https://www.autouserguide.com/aston-martin/valkyrie/aston-martin-valkyrie-2021-user-manual/
I've quickly skimmed through it... Some highlights:
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1355kg "Unladen Mass" - which is defined as weight with all fluids, but no fuel or driver. With full fuel, the kerb weight would be 1392kg. This is still the claimed weight, though, and I expect the actual weight to be even higher. Interestingly, even if this was accurate, this leaves you only 153kg left for the driver and passenger before the car reaches its Gross Vehicle Weight - which it shouldn't be legally able to exceed.
Speaking of fuel, the car has only 50L fuel tank - which is the smallest of any supercar that I know. With a 6.5L V12 engine you'll be lucky to get 200 mile range out of this thing.
The turning circle is 14m. For comparison the P1 is 11.8m, the 720S 12.1m, and a huge car like the Aventador is 12.5m.
The manual says the "ERS Boost" - ie. the only time the electric motor gives you full power - only ever provides 100Nm at most (although they say 280Nm is the theoretical max). Combined with the tiny battery size, basically the car has 1000hp, maybe a bit more with the momentary ERS Boost, but it doesn't seem like it ever actually gives you the full 160hp. The electric motor seems to be there mostly for low speed maneuvering.
The car comes with "aircraft grade noise-cancelling headsets". No word about them being active as earlier speculated, but either way, this is what they say:
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Where permitted, huh? Well, in the UK, for example, it isn't specifically illegal to wear headphones - but the police will probably fine you for distracted driving:
So either damage your hearing or face fines...
This is mildly amusing:
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The car is not that great in winter, apparently:
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Here are the dimensions:
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The most relevant thing probably being the ride height of only 70mm. Not sure in which drive mode this is, but the Sport and Track modes only lower the ride height by 16mm (and not by 70mm as previously reported). 54/66mm (front/rear) ride height reduction (respective to the Urban mode) is possible only with non-road legal front track clamshell installed.
What about servicing? Well... First service after 1000km and then every 5000km:
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Here is a complete list:
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The most interesting item here is definitely the transmission rebuild after 50000km... Not that most Valkyries will ever reach 5000km, but still...
All in all, pretty much completely as expected.