Aston Martin has unveiled its first plug-in hybrid model with the 937-hp Valhalla hypercar.
The Valhalla is the second of three mid-engine models Aston Martin has promised as it shifts into segments long dominated by Ferrari.
Deliveries of the delayed Valkyrie are planned to start September this year, with a lower-priced mid-engine supercar called Vanquish also in the pipeline.
"The launch of Valhalla demonstrates Aston Martin’s commitment to building a range of exceptional mid-engine driver focused cars," Aston Martin’s chairman and largest shareholder, Lawrence Stroll, said in a statement.
The Valhalla uses a V8 plug-in hybrid drivetrain sourced from Mercedes-AMG that mates a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged engine with two electric motors, one for each axle. It has an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Aston Martin promises a top speed of 217 mph (349 kph) and a 0-62 mph (100 kph) acceleration time of 2.5 seconds.