Look upon the Valkyrie, ye mighty, and despair.

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Aston Martin's hypercar barely even looks real.

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There's so much negative space in and around the cockpit.

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This car was built for pure performance, and it resembles a Le Mans prototype.

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The interior features a detachable steering wheel for easier ingress and egress.

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That steering wheel contains an OLED screen that gives the driver every last bit of pertinent information.

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If you were hoping for rearview mirrors, you're out of luck.

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Two cameras send video to two screens mounted near the A-pillars.

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There isn't a rearview mirror at all, because the bodywork doesn't really support a rear windshield.

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The seats are contoured specifically to the buyer's body, and they're bolted right to the chassis.

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