Aston Martin will sell a collection of three exclusive racing VantageNovember 24, 2020
Aston Martin has announced a special series of three Vantage track cars.
The car was recreated specifically for the collection under the name Legacy. All three models have distinguished themselves by victories in the prestigious world series. The set consists of three track versions of the 2005 Vantage with the GTE, GT3 and GT4 indexes. The brand showed the modification of the Vantage GT4 back in 2009, and only 107 cars were built in 10 years. The current supercar, which has a 4.7-liter V8 engine, is 108th.
The debut of the Vantage GT3 took place in 2012. The supercar, which has a 600-horsepower unit under the hood, has won several touring car championships. The model ended its career in 2018, and a year later this car was replaced by a new generation Vantage. A total of 46 of these cars were produced.
In 2012, the British brand began using another variation of the Vantage with the GTE index in competitions. This model has twice won Le Mans. Initially, only six cars were built, so the collection version will be the seventh. The bodies of all three supercars are designed in the same style, and the cars are completely ready for racing. It is noted that cars are not sold separately, and the cost of the collection is not disclosed.
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