Have You Seen the New Aston Martin Vantage GT3 Special Edition?
If you’re a big fan of the Aston Martin, I promise you will absolutely love this GT3 Special Edition.
As we found out from the guys from Aston Martin, the new Vantage GT3, seems to combine “all of Aston Martin’s learning from its years of sports car competition around the globe to produce its most performance focused road-going Vantage.”
The car, as you may have already guessed is a limited edition, with only 100 units to be produced.
It features a 6.0-litre V12 engine which is capable of generating up to 591 hp and weights 100kg less than a standard V12 Vantage S.
From the extensive use of carbon fibre inside and out to the track-focused aerodynamics pack, the Vantage GT3 Special Edition is filled with cutting edge motorsport-inspired features.
The new GT3 is actually lower and wider than any of its siblings in the Vantage family, and besides the improvement in performance, this has also offered a more aggressive look to it.
“The aerodynamics package in particular has a profound effect, producing significant downforce to provide even greater levels of grip and stability at higher speeds.”
Aston Martin Vantage GT3 Special Edition is not only an incredible piece of engineering, but also a beautifully designed vehicle.
And to prove that, we have some awesome photos which will make you fall in love with it, wishing you had one.
So let’s see how the New Aston Martin Vantage GT3 Special Edition looks like, and what makes it so special!
“Inspired by Aston Martin Racing’s successful campaigns, this new GT3-derived Vantage has been designed and engineered exclusively at Aston Martin’s Gaydon Headquarters in Warwickshire, England, to be the most overt expression of everything that defines Vantage: an inspirational sports model offering supreme driveability on the road, and uncompromising dynamic performance on track.”
“The car’s interior is comprehensively reworked, too, with a full carbon fibre centre stack and touch-sensitive control array; race-derived carbon fibre sports seats”
So what do you think, is the new Aston Martin Vantage GT3 Special Edition a car that you would like to drive around a race track or what?
Photo Credits: Aston Martin