Aston Martin Victor one-off is inspired by the 1970s V8 Vantage
This is the Aston Martin Victor, a new one-off creation from Aston's Q division.
Its styling was inspired by the muscle-car-like V8 Vantage of the 1970s and '80s.
The Victor rides on the same chassis as the One-77, with a carbon-fiber body and new suspension components from the track-only Vulcan.
Powering the Victor is the 7.3-liter V12 from the One-77, tuned up to 848 horsepower and 606 pound-feet of torque.
And it's got a six-speed manual transmission. Look at that wood shifter!
The Victor's Pentland Green exterior color is carried through to the Forest Green leather inside, which is accented by Conker Brown leather, cashmere, carbon fiber, walnut wood and aluminum and titanium trims.
Aston says the Victor has more downforce than the Vantage GT4 race car.
While the retro looks may look strange at first, the Victor really just works.
While we don't know any details about the pricetag or the owner, the Victor is sure to have cost a few million dollars.
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