If you are looking for a unique Aston Martin that you can use on a daily basis, forget the One-77 and the Vulcan. What you want is a semi-regular Aston in a special color, one of those bespoke ‘Q’ shades. This is one such car, the Viridian Green Aston Martin Vantage GT12 which will soon go under the hammer as a one-off.
The GT12 itself is a pretty rare beast, being a track-focused version of the V12 Vantage with a colossal-for-its-size 600 horsepower and an aero kit modeled on that of full-blooded racing car. The Viridian Green Aston Martin Vantage GT12 adds to the exclusivity with the special paint job and a number of little Q touches that make this creature ever more wonderful.
The Viridian Green Aston Martin Vantage GT12 is number 74 of 100 from the limited production run and it’s a left-hand-drive model since it was first destined to go to Luxembourg. However, it is now set to be auctioned at one of Bonhams upcoming sales event and it is expected to fetch serious money on account of how one-of-a-kind the car is. Among its main highlights, besides the paint job, there is Satin Black Centre-Lock wheels, Bang & Olufsen 1000W BeoSound audio system, Black Bang & Olufsen speaker grilles, machined carbon fibre ‘Aston Martin’ wing badges, exposed carbon fibre roof panel, carbon-finish tailgate, exposed carbon fibre door mirror caps, reversing camera, garage door opener, upgraded alarm system, and orange brake callipers.
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