Aston Martin Callum Vanquish 25 will be brand’s return with limited edition, actually, it is co-sponsored by R-Reforged.
The limited-edition will enter the production phase from September and is the debut project of former Jaguar design boss, Ian Callum’s whos was also the designer of the iconic 2001 Vanquish.
With Vanquish 25, Callum plans to “fix” several aspects of the car which he felt should have made to production, and change things he did. Apparently, the bespoke coupe features over 350 engineerings, material, and design changes, and Callum plans to offer an “infinite” number of body colors, eight bespoke trim colors, and three bespoke 20-inch wheel choices.
The limited-edition Vanquish 25 will host a 5.9-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine, with each receiving software, camshaft and exhaust modifications to boost output to 588 PS. The engine will be mated with a modern six-speed torque converter automatic, a conventional manual ‘box, or the Vanquish’s original automated manual gearbox.
The first batch of cars will be built from scratch in September, with initial cars destined for Europe and Latin America. Each finished car is expected to cost around a whopping £550,000 (RM3 million), including a sourced Vanquish. The full batch of 25 should be completed and delivered at the end of 2020.
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