AutoComplete: The Aston Martin Valkyrie's engine is certifiably insane
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Our comrades from Carfection were lucky enough to snag a tour at Cosworth in the UK, where they were treated to a deep dive on the certifiably insane Aston Martin Valkyrie's 6.5 liter V12 engine.
Everything about this particular V12 flies in the face of typical road car design.
Including it's 11000 RPM redline 1000 horsepower output, in the fact that remains naturally aspirated.
Did we mention that engine itself is a stressed member of the chassis?
Just like a formula one car If you absotively, posilutely have to be the first person to own a Toyota Supra, then great news.
The first car is going to be sold at the Barret Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona on January 19th.
The cash from the auction is going to be split between the American Heart Association and The Bob Woodruff Foundation.
So you can feel extra warm and fuzzy about having paid a hefty.
Hefty premium for what will be a regular production car.
More and more carmakers are using CES to debut their bleeding-edge technology, and Honda is no different.
Last year, they gave us a bunch of robots designed to appeal to our human emotions.
But this year we're getting an autonomous ATV which sounds way cooler.
The Honda autonomous work vehicle has sensors and GPS which will allow it to navigate rough terrain off-road which should make it perfect for disaster relief efforts.
Find more on these stories over at TheRoadShow.com.
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