If you haven’t already heard, the new Aston Martin Victor is a one-off beauty that draws major influence from the 80s V8 Vantage. It’s going to be a one of one so the odds of you seeing one in person are essentially zero. Think One-77 rarety but even more. Ironically, the Victor is built off of a One-77 chassis so they have even more in common than it appears. One of the many major differences however is that this one puts out 836 horsepower despite having a retuned version of the Cosworth V12.
The interior is mind-blowing. The British racing green with the tan leather is gorgeous and let’s not ignore the fact that is has a 6-speed manual. The wooden shift knob contrasting all the exposed carbon is weird but so perfect. They seem like they would be so different in a car like this and yet they mix together harmoniously. Even the wheels are vintage with modern accents. I’d love to ogle this in a museum someday but for now, it will go on the list of other amazing cars that I’ll probably never see.
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