Aston Martin has recently commissioned a one-off project which was unveiled in the form of the Aston Martin “Victor”. The bespoke custom division create one of the highly powerful road-going aspirated products in the history of the marque which offers the homage to the Aston Martin One-77, Aston Martin V8 Vantage of the 1970s, and also the 80s and the 70s DBS V8 which is mainly developed to race into the 24 Hours of Le Mans as the RHAM/1. 

One of the exteriors is that the Aston Martin Victor mainly features the signature Aston Martin grille with the large split on the apron front and the rounded headlamps which are mainly recessed into the front apron, muscular wheels arches, and also the vented bonnet and muscular shoulder on another side and the extreme boat tail on the rear with the Aston Martin Valkyrie which is completely derived tail lamps. 

Aston Martin Victor Is An Ultra Limited Masterpiece

Aston Martin Victor

The boat tail rear is mainly provided by the RHAM/1 racer which delivers the aerodynamic capabilities of the car. The victor is mainly built up from the completely refurbished One-77 carbon fiber monocoque and also the rear housing but its chassis and also its bodywork weight is less than the real one-77 and it combines the elements of one-77 and Aston Martin Vulcan by the computational fluid dynamic testing which provide the Gt4 level of the downforce at the time of giving the required cooling requirements. 

Despite its squared-off muscle car appearance, the victor can easily be able to achieve 842 Nm of downforce at 161 kmph as compared to the 525 Nm from the Vantage GT4. Simply powering the Aston Martin Victor which is one of the 7.3 liter naturally aspirated V12 engines rebuilt and also re-tuned the new and latest specification by the world-renowned engine builder. 

Cosworth is also responsible for the real one-77 and Aston Martin Valkyrie and also the naturally aspirated mill will produce 836 Bhp of the power and 821 Nm of the torque which is matched with the Graziano spruced 6-speed manual gearbox and make the victor one of the highly powerful aspirated manual transmission sports cars manually. 

Aston Martin VICTOR Flat Out Manual Hypercar!


The Aston Martin victor also features the bespoke high-performance motorsport clutch, in-board springs, and also the dampers which are mainly similar to the track-only Aston Martin Vulcan along with the six-stage settings, center-lock wheels, and also the Brembo CMM-R carbon-ceramic brakes along with the 380mm front and 360mm rotors and the six-piston calipers which provide the Gt3 race car level of the braking capability. 

On the inside, the victor provides the cabin elements like the forest green elements on the dashboard which will simply contrast the exposed technical carbon fiber chassis and also the anodized aluminum and the machine which is finished with the titanium hardware. 

Aston Martin VICTOR Specs

  • 7.3-liter V-12 engine.
  • 836 horsepower.
  • 606 pound-feet of torque.
  • 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds.
  • Top speed at more than 200 mph.
  • Six-speed manual.
  • Suspension from the Vulcan.
  • Carbon-ceramic brakes.

Crown cut solid walnut will also embellishments with the dashboard fascia and the single machines piece gear knob and the digital instrumentation with the central infotainment and the leather finished racing bucket seats and the Aston Martin Vulcan motorsport will also have the steering wheel as well. 

The Aston Martin Victor is completed as one of the industry-leading Pentland Green and Satin carbon fiber and also pays tribute to the Executive Chairman Victor Gauntlett.

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