Aston Martin has unveiled V12 Speedster, which will be limited to just 88 examples.
The limited-edition model is born from an exciting new collaboration with Boeing and created by the brand’s bespoke customisation service “Q by Aston Martin“.
The showcased V12 Speedster is finished in Skyfall Silver, with contrasting satin black on the exhaust tips, vent grilles and vanes.
It draws inspiration from both the brand’s rich racing history and aeronautical design. The example showcased is in a conceptual F/A-18 livery.
Suspension-wise, there are independent double wishbones up front and a multi-link setup at the rear.
The Aston Martin V12 Speedster also benefits from standard 21-inch forged centre lock alloy wheels. Carbon-ceramic brakes measuring 410mm and 360mm are fitted to the front and rear axles respectively.
The interior specification also pushes new boundaries, using a mix of traditional and modern materials.
The dark theme is carried through to the interior, with satin dark chrome, machined aluminium, black leather, black technical textile, black carpets and vivid red Aston Martin scripted door pulls, for a truly purposeful look.
The Aston Martin V12 Speedster’s cabin utilises structural satin carbon fibre, traditional hand-crafted Saddle Leather, chrome, aluminium and even 3D-printed rubber.
Powering the V12 Speedster is a twin-turbocharged 5.2-litre V12 engine. It has a peak output of 690bhp and 753Nm of torque.
A ZF 8-Speed automatic transmission with a limited-slip differential driving the rear wheels allows the car to accelerate to 100km/h from a standstill in 3.5 seconds. Top speed is limited to 300km/h.
Aston Martin’s engineers have also created a bespoke stainless-steel exhaust system for an even more rousing, characterful sound from the drivetrain.
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