At Concours of Elegance 2020, there was a very special car presented which pulled crowds from Le Mans winners, Concours winners and other one-of-one creations.
That car is the Aston Martin Victor. Based on the very limited donor car, an Aston Martin One-77 carbon monocoque chassis with the 7.3-litre V12 up front. But that engine isn’t the ‘regular’ One-77 V12. It was sent to Cosworth to be fettled with and now produces 840hp. That glorious engine powers the rear wheels through a six-speed manual.
Designwise, the Victor seems to take its styling cues from 80s Aston Vantages mixed in with Ken Block’s Hoonigan Mustang. Those all carbon fibre panels are painted a stunning ‘Pentland Green’ whilst inside, there is a lot of Vulcan cues with all the leather from Bridge of Weir Leather, the company that produces leather for the best cars around the world. The leather inside is Forest Green and Conker coloured with cashmere and crown cut walnut finishing off the stunning interior.
The cost has been rumoured over £2 million but can not be confirmed. Expect it to be closer to £5 million especially as it is a one of one.