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Aston Martin Bringing Two New Models To Pebble Beach

Aston Martin has announced that it will unveil two new vehicles at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, which begins on August 21. The ultra-luxury automaker will also offer test drives of its DBX707 high-performance SUV, and select attendees will be provided an exclusive look at the F1-esque interior of the Valhalla hypercar as development enters its final stages.

As for the aforementioned new models, Aston hasn't gone into details just yet. The British company did hint at the fact that this could be a new supercar, saying that it will be a "truly thrilling performance focused model," offering "high-octane emotion and intense driving pleasure." The mystery vehicle will be revealed at a private event on August 19th, and will be showcased at its invitation-only Aston Martin Club 1913 clubhouse throughout the following weekend.

The next reveal will be a "very special, ultra-exclusive model." It commemorates the automaker's successful history at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, as well as the 10th anniversary of the brand's bespoke customization division, Q by Aston Martin.

Additionally, VIPs attending the Aston Martin Club 1913 will have the opportunity to sit in the cabin of the Valhalla hybrid hypercar, which will have a racing-inspired seating position. Only 999 units of the Valhalla will be produced, and deliveries start in 2024. It has a 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 with a flat-plane crankshaft under the hood, paired with two electric motors.

This will be the first major event that Aston Martin will be attending after receiving an all-new brand identity and redesigned emblem, and it seems that the automaker is taking full advantage with these very exclusive upcoming models.

Do these mystery Astons sound exciting to you?

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