Aston Martin will 3D scan the body of customers who place a deposit for the upcoming Valkyrie Hypercar to give them the perfect driving position.

“We are not focused on maximum speed limit. We are concentrating on how dynamic the car is,” he said.

Aston Martin’s Valkyrie will be created in collaboration with Red Bull Advanced Patrik Nilsson, President of Aston Martin Asia, CNBC .

“Like the Formula One, the winner car is the fastest, the fastest around the corner and accelerates the fastest, not necessarily the top speed.”

Each example will be tailor-made for the happy owner, and that includes a full 3D scan of their bodies for the driver’s seat.

Adrian Newey, the most successful F1 designer in the world, has helped publish the upcoming Aston Martin Valkyrie, with the company aiming for a 1,000 kg empty weight for the final production examples.

The power will come from an F1-inspired hybrid powertrain combining a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated engine with a Rimac KERS system for a total of 1,000 hp.