Aston Martin Victor

The 2020 Aston Martin Victor is a bespoke, one-off supercar developed by the company's Q division. Built around a carbon-fiber monocoque from the One-77, a car that Aston Martin offered from 2009 to 2012, the Victor draws styling cues from the V8 Vantage of 1970s, as well as the race-spec DBS V8 (also known as the RHAM/1) that Aston Martin built in the late 1970s for the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

The 2020 Victor is powered by a naturally aspirated V-12 also sourced from the One-77, but some drivetrain components come from the much newer Valkyrie supercar. Q by Aston Martin built just one, so it's one of those supercars that you can only hope to see in the metal at a fancy auto show.

The Victor's exterior is a cool mix of new and classic. While the overall design is just as organic as the modern Aston Martins, several styling cues are heavily based on vehicles from the 1970s. The front fascia boasts the company's current grille with a narrower top section, a rounded bottom, and a fine mesh. However, the headlamps flanking it are perfectly round, a tribute to the V8 Vantage model from the 1970s. Aston Martin even added smaller and round turn signals at the lower corners for a proper vintage look. The massive bumper is of the dustpan variety and its roots lie in the late-1970s, race-spec DBS V8. Also known as the RHAM/1, this race car was developed to race at 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Torque:                                           822 Nm (606 lb-ft) @ 6500 rpm

Curb weight:                                  1497 kg (3300 lbs)

Transmission:                                 6-Speed-manual

Layout:                                           front engine, rear wheel drive


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