By Full Chat Admin
Arguably one of the rarest supercars in the planet, the Aston’s steep price range is indicative of its supreme exclusivity and what is likely to be a constant trend in its future value. For your 7-figure price tag however, you not only get the monstrous power plant, but a carbon-fibre monocoque chassis for unsurpassed weight saving and rigidity, Race bred, carbon-ceramic Brembo brake setup and race bred comoponentry such as a carbon-fibre driveshaft. All of this glides on a 345/305 wide Michelin racing tyre setup which are kept true and flat by push-rod suspension with a similar dynamic spool valve damper configuration that is found only on the Camaro Z/28 and one-77.
Whilst I’m glad these beasts will be kept for show and play only (a beast getting too close to a ‘roo will never be pretty!), It’s likely that you’ll be needing the track honed performance to keep a good distance between you and the cops as you race away from the latest heist you pulled off to fund the purchase, but exclusivity has never looked so.. perfect..