Born from a thrilling collaboration with Boeing, Aston Martin reveals and unveils its new supercar: the limited-edition V12 Speedster, a masterpiece created by bespoke customization service ‘Q by Aston Martin’ that is a truly visceral driver’s car that draws inspiration from both the high-end brand’s rich racing history and aeronautical design.
Demonstrating the skills and meticulous planning of the brand, this news model is a living show modern car, underlining the commitment to deliver stunning driver’s cars, using the engineering ingenuity and advanced materials evident throughout the entire Aston Martin range.
Finished in Skyfall Silver, with contrasting satin black on the exhaust tips, vent grilles, and vanes, this luxury car is powered with scintillating 5.2-liter, Twin-Turbo V12 engine and also with a peak output of 700hp and 753Nm of torque. The expensive car is able to accelerate to 62mph (100km/h) in 3.5 seconds on the way to limited top speed of 186mph (300km/h) top speed.
Inspired by Aston Martin’s own DBR1 race car, the limited-edition V12 Speedster carries a two-seat twin-turbo V12 sportscar that pumps out 690 horsepower. Only 88 examples of this limited-edition top supercar will be created, with deliveries set for 2021.
Using a mix of traditional and modern materials in its contemporary interior design, the dark theme is present with satin dark chrome, machined aluminum, 3D printed rubber, and vivid red Aston Martin scripted door pulls. Beside his, there are two other unique features include that in place of a glove box in front of the passenger, there is a changeable leather bag and written on the underside of the blade which divides the two sides of the cockpit it has “DO NOT STEP” and three small fighter jets, seemingly inspired by the “Remove Before Flight” tags.
Drawing inspiration from both the luxury brand’s rich racing history and through engineering ingenuity and the use of advanced materials, Aston Martin‘s stunning driver’s car includes no roof nor a windscreen.
Using bonded aluminum architecture for its exclusive platform and a bespoke body built almost entirely from carbon fiber, the V12 Speedster boasts Aston Martin’s latest incarnation of the Speedster concept.
Source and Photos: Courtesy – Aston Martin & Upscale Living