Moers is adamant there’s a future for the firm’s two front-engined sports cars despite the continued development of SUVs and the mid-engined Valhalla and Valkyrie. The latter, in particular, is going to be extremely limited in numbers and all examples have already been spoken for. The Valhalla is the future Ferrari F8 Tributo/SF90 Stradale fighter, rather than a grand tourer.
“The GT layout sports car segment for us is normally 3,500 to 4,000 cars and it has always been that size,” the CEO added. That’s a sizeable number of vehicles sold annually for Aston Martin and it’d make no sense to replace either at this time.