The V600 will be the very last car built on the previous Vantage platform.

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Based on the GT12, this more road-going version strips away the gaudy aero in favour of some gorgeous lines. 

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The subtle design cues don't get in the way of the flowing design.  

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The large grille has a waved pattern that's especially pleasing. 

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The huge wing from the GT12 has been drooped in favor of a more understated rear.

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The V600 has the same 5.9-liter naturally aspirated V12, putting out 592 horsepower. 

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The hydraulic steering helps give the car a very analogue feel.

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The subtle perforations in the hood make for an elegant finish. 

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The dark carbon badges allude to the car's exclusive nature. 

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Only 14 in total will be made: seven coupes and seven roadsters. 

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