Aston Martin is not more specific, so we include the manufacturer's model range. Because currently the twin turbo V12 from the DBS Superleggera is the strongest, with an output of 725 hp and 900 Nm of torque. At least we assume that Aston Martin does not include the crazy Valkyrie, which is built in an edition of 150 pieces (plus 25 track versions). The atmospheric and high-revving V12 in that hypercar achieves a power of 1000 hp.
His smaller brother Valhalla will not be on the market until 2022. Powered by this blown six-cylinder, which – assisted by a hybrid system – will deliver more than 725 hp in any case. The engine is referred to as TM01, with the letters representing the Polish engineer Tadek Marek, who developed the illustrious six-cylinder in-line engine of the Aston Martin DB5 in the 1950s and 1960s, as well as the eight-cylinder engine of the V8, Virage and Vantage.
Aston Martin Vanquish
The Valhalla's V6 is built as compact as possible, with the turbochargers / turbos between the two cylinder rows. According to Aston Martin, the engine weighs less than 200 kilograms and will also be built into models other than the Valhalla, such as the upcoming Vanquish, which is to become a competitor to the Ferrari F8 Tributo, Lamborghini Huracán Evo and McLaren 720S. Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer calls the new engine “the future of Aston Martin”.