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Aston Martin sues Swiss dealer for funding Valkyrie project

Aston Martin has sued a Swiss car dealer and said it is refraining from depositing customers in the upcoming Valkyrie hypercar.

In 2016, the Swiss Nebula Project Aston Martin Valkyrie as well as Other mid engine projects The brand was taking on future royalties from a company that was experiencing financial difficulties at the time.

But now Aston Martin It claims to have terminated its relationship with the Nebula due to the withholding of payments and to receive the customer’s deposits directly without involving a third party. In addition, the nebula situation is expected to hurt profits by £ 15m (US $ 20.9m). BBC..

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Aston Martin He also states that he will no longer have to pay future royalties to Swiss companies. Reuters The nebula reports that it disagrees with it.

“We consider Aston Martin’s alleged unilateral termination of its contractual relationship with Nebula Project AG to be illegal and unjustified and take the necessary steps to protect our rights. We are ready to take it, “Nebula said in a statement.

Anyways, Aston Martin The proceedings do not affect the customer’s orders and say they work to ensure that they receive the car on time.

It is equipped with a mid-mount 6.5-liter V12 engine. Hybrid valkyrie It has 1,160hp with a tap and can reach an ear-piercing 10,500rpm. With Formula 1 technology that controls everything, hypercars can also generate over 1,814 kg (4,000 lbs) of downforce. Production was limited to only 200 cases and all were reported to have been sold. Aston Martin sues Swiss dealer for funding Valkyrie project

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