The Aston Martin Victor has been revealed by the British firm’s bespoke Q Commission division. The one-off supercar combines elements of the One-77 and track-only Vulcan.
- The Victor is a one-off, road legal supercar made for a Belgian collector
- Powered by a Cosworth-tuned naturally aspirated 7.3-litre V12
- Uses an RWD layout and a 6-speed manual with a motorsport clutch
What was the inspiration behind the Victor?
The car began life as a One-77 prototype and has been significantly overhauled over an 18-month period. It features extensive use of carbon-fibre, with the chassis weighing less than the original One-77’s.
The team used Aston’s muscle car era for design inspiration, specifically the 1980s Vantage, and worked closely with the customer to develop the entirely bespoke body. It borrows elements from current Aston Martin models, including the tail-lights…