We’ve seen photos of the British hypercar for years now, but it has finally taken to pavement for testing in the real world versus just the tarmac of the track. The Valkyrie is no show car but a bona fide near-F1 capable vehicle that’s street legal and powered by a 6.5-liter V12 + KERS-style hybrid powertrain for 1,160 horsepower. Red Bull Racing contributed to the Valkyrie’s aggressive aero, and the lightweight carbon-fiber construction should make it incredibly rigid. Only 150 road-going versions will be made with the remaining 25 created in AMR Pro Track guise for dedicated closed-course use only. Prices start at a cool $3.2 million, but they’re already all spoken for, so put away that tax return.