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Not long after the unveiling of its limited-production Valour supercar, Aston Martin has revealed that pricing for the V12-powered machine sits at just below $2 million. But even if you have the cash, it's too late now, as all 110 units of the Valour have been sold out within a time window of just two weeks.


For those who were lucky enough to nab one of the 110 Valour build slots, the ordering process is said to be heavily influenced by Aston Martin's Q bespoke division. The service allows for plentiful customization options that aren't otherwise available on standard Aston Martin vehicles, including exclusive paint options and special touches for the interior.




The Valour first broke cover at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, featuring a front-mounted 5.2 liter V12 engine connected to a six-speed manual transmission. Its gloriously old-school powertrain is mirrored by its retro styling, which draws most of its inspiration from Aston Martin's original V8 Vantage.


Initial deliveries for the Valour will start as soon as this September, and Aston Martin expects that all customers will have received their V12 supercars by the end of December.


Would you spend close to $2 million on an Aston Martin?

Image Credits: Aston Martin
Performance
Jul 27, 2023
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Limited-Edition Aston Martin Valour Sold Out Within A Mere Two Weeks

Aston Martin is only building 110 units of the V12-powered supercar.

Not long after the unveiling of its limited-production Valour supercar, Aston Martin has revealed that pricing for the V12-powered machine sits at just below $2 million. But even if you have the cash, it's too late now, as all 110 units of the Valour have been sold out within a time window of just two weeks.


For those who were lucky enough to nab one of the 110 Valour build slots, the ordering process is said to be heavily influenced by Aston Martin's Q bespoke division. The service allows for plentiful customization options that aren't otherwise available on standard Aston Martin vehicles, including exclusive paint options and special touches for the interior.




The Valour first broke cover at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, featuring a front-mounted 5.2 liter V12 engine connected to a six-speed manual transmission. Its gloriously old-school powertrain is mirrored by its retro styling, which draws most of its inspiration from Aston Martin's original V8 Vantage.


Initial deliveries for the Valour will start as soon as this September, and Aston Martin expects that all customers will have received their V12 supercars by the end of December.


Would you spend close to $2 million on an Aston Martin?

Image Credits: Aston Martin

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