At this year’s Goodwood Speed Festival, Aston Martin celebrates two major anniversaries, and on that occasion, prepared special versions of the Vantage model.
As far as the Jubilee, it is about the 60th anniversary of their 1-2 victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the 70 anniversary of their first race at Goodwood Motor Circuit.
That’s why the Aston Martin Q Division has made six special versions of the Vantage model, with each department honoring some of the important racing models from the motorsport history of this company.
These racing cars from the past are Razor Blade from 1928, the newest Vantage GTE from the FIA WEC championship, followed by Ulster (Aston Martin’s most important pre-war racing car), and Aston Martin DB3S, AMR1 developed in 1989, as well as DBR9 which in 2007 and in 2008 won the GT Class in the 24 Hours Le Mans.
Aston Martin plans to make only 60 copies of each of these six special models, and each will be available with a choice of six color schemes.
In short, these cars come with a sleek aero body package (larger front splitter, carbon fiber rear spoiler), lightweight wheels, Sport Plus package, and additional elements of carbon fiber in the interior.