The very exclusive Aston Martin V12 Speedster can be adorned with an optional livery inspired by the DBR1 victorious at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1959.
Unveiled last year, theAston Martin V12 Speedster is an exclusive model with an open cockpit, produced in 88-piece limited series only. The Gaydon firm has just unveiled a new optional livery inspired by the 1950s competition Aston Martin DBR1, which won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1959.
As perfectly illustrated by the official photos unveiled on the occasion, this special livery of the Aston Martin V12 Speedster has the same green tint as its ancestor, called ” Aston Martin Racing Green“, Contrasting with accents” Clubsport White »Found on the white discs affixed to the doors and hood.
To continue the tribute to the DBR1, the interior is adorned with brown leather ” Conker “And green fabric” Viridian Green“, Contrasting with the carbon fiber and brushed aluminum inserts, while the two helmets supplied with the car are matched to the body color. Its luxurious endowment includes monograms in solid silver, or 21-inch rims with a black finish, which required no less than 50 hours of painting work.
Under the hood, we find a twin-turbo V12 engine with 5.2 liters of displacement, developing the power of 700 horsepower and 753 Nm of torque, combined with an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission. The 0 to 100 km / h is swallowed in 3.4 seconds, for a maximum speed of 320 km / h.
For those interested, orders for the V12 Speedster are already open, while deliveries are expected in summer 2021. No price has been officially announced for the model, but it should be around one million. euros, excluding options.
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