Bet you wish you'd gotten into acting or finance now, eh?
Look upon the Valkyrie, ye mighty, and despair.
Aston Martin's hypercar barely even looks real.
There's so much negative space in and around the cockpit.
This car was built for pure performance, and it resembles a Le Mans prototype.
The interior features a detachable steering wheel for easier ingress and egress.
That steering wheel contains an OLED screen that gives the driver every last bit of pertinent information.
If you were hoping for rearview mirrors, you're out of luck.
Two cameras send video to two screens mounted near the A-pillars.
There isn't a rearview mirror at all, because the bodywork doesn't really support a rear windshield.
The seats are contoured specifically to the buyer's body, and they're bolted right to the chassis.
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