Aston Martin presented in Geneva the Vantage GT3. The car features an extensive, carbon fiber body kit that includes new bumper at the front with an integrated splitter, a new rear bumper with a diffuser, new side skirts, wider fenders and a big spoiler.
The car also features a carbon fiber hood, black grille and 19 inch forged alloy wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. The interior features a carbon fiber console, that accommodates touch controls, the steering wheel is lined with alcantara, the handles are nothing more than a leather strap and the seats are made of carbon.
The car is equipped with a 6-liter V12 naturally aspirated engine that delivers 600 hp and 625 Nm of torque. It is worth noting that the intakes of the motor are made of magnesium, the exhaust is made of titanium and the drive shaft of carbon fiber. The engine is combined with a 7 speed manual transmission. The 100 km/h from a standstill, is achieved in 3.7 seconds while the top speed touches 297 km/h.
The suspension of the Aston Martin Vantage GT3 is set for the track with new springs and dampers while the modified Adaptive Damping System, offers three different modes: Normal, Sport and Track. The Vantage GT3 is 100 kilos lighter than the V12 Vantage S thanks to its lithium-ion battery, plenty of carbon fiber and many other lightweight components. Customers can also order their own Vantage GT3 with a carbon fiber roof and polycarbonate windows to maximize the weight loss.
The production of the Aston Martin Vantage GT3, will be limited to 100 units each of them costing according to rumors around £240,000 in England.