Aston Martin is bringing track-ready technology to the streets.
Along with its race-only Vulcan supercar, the British automaker also debuted the Vantage GT3 Special Edition at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. Sporting a 6.0-liter V12 engine under the hood with close to 600 hp, the model benefits from a diet, shedding 220 lbs for a total weight of 3,450 lbs.
Much of the weight savings come courtesy of carbon fiber throughout the sports car including the front wings, hood, door casings and roof. On the outside, it has plenty of more aggressive styling bits, sporting a lower and wider stance compared to the standard production Vantage. The GT3 Special Edition will be limited to just 100 units worldwide, guaranteeing it to be a collector’s car in the near future.
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