Aston Martin Victor

Special Cars 8 Sep 2020
Aston Martin Victor

The Aston Martin Victor is a one-off developed by the Q by Aston Martin bespoke service and unveiled at the Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace, where it won the Future Classics Class.

The Victor takes inspiration from the 1970s-1980s V8 Vantage and the DBS RHAM/1 which raced in the 24 Hours of Le Mans between 1977 and 1979, both developed under Victor Gauntlett’s presidency.

Aston Martin Victor

The body is entirely made from carbon fiber panels and the special “Pentland Green” paint is also inspired from models of the 1970s.

Aston Martin Victor

The tail lights are borrowed from the Valkyrie hypercar.

Aston Martin Victor Tail Light Detail

The Aston Martin Victor is based on the One-77 chassis. It weighs less than an original One-77 and features GT4 levels of downforce.

Aston Martin Victor

It is powered by a 7.3-litre V12 rebuilt by Cosworth, which delivers 836 bhp and 821 Nm of torque – which make the Victor the most powerful manual Aston Martin ever.

Aston Martin Victor

The unit is coupled with a six-speed manual transmission, supplied by Graziano.

Aston Martin Victor Interior

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