The one-off Aston Martin Victor recently landed at the automaker’s dealership in Antwerp, Belgium where it will presumably be delivered to its owner, or used for display purposes.
The covers were taken off the Victor back in September and while no price has been made public for the vehicle, it no doubt cost somewhere in the seven-figure range.
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Underpinning the Victor is a fully refurbished carbon fiber monocoque from a One-77. In addition, the Victor features a 7.3-liter naturally-aspirated V12 just like the One-77 but has been tuned by Cosworth to now deliver 836 hp and 605 lb-ft (821 Nm), decent gains over the 760 hp and 553 lb-ft (750 Nm) of the One-77. Making the car all the more special is the fact that this engine is paired with a six-speed manual transmission from Graziano, complete with a motorsport-spec clutch.
The exterior of the car is unlike any other modern-day Aston Martin and instead, takes inspiration from the V8 Vantage of the ‘70s and ‘80s. Up front, you will find a set of round headlights with LED daytime running lights and a gaping-wide grille with black mesh. The side view of the Vulcan is particularly striking thanks to the side-exiting exhaust pipes, the intricate wheel design, and the shape of the doors. Found at the rear is a huge diffuser, ducktail spoiler, and LED taillights inspired by those of the track-only Vulcan.
Open up the doors and you’re presented with a cabin clad in a mixture of green leather, brown leather, and carbon fiber.