Aston Martin is pretty excited about the upcoming 2017 Formula One Season.
The new V8 and V12 Vantage S Editions are built in association with the Red Bull racing team.
The team always excels in the track and is known for their professional prowess when it comes to custom tuning cars to compete efficiently in the race. The new Aston Martin models are made to commemorate the British Brand’s leadership in the Formula One but majority of the changes are cosmetic. The Vantage S Red Bull Racing Edition models are available in an exclusive Mariana Blue color variant. However, it is not the only choice because there is also the Satin-finish Blue and the Tungsten Silver colors.
Any Red Bull Edition car isn’t complete unless the designers throw in a generous splash of red on those models. The red highlights on the grille stick true to the tradition combined with yellow brake calipers and uses a carbon fiber trim. The changes are all exterior that allows the new V8 and V12 car owners to show off that they own a special edition car that very few get to have.
The designing crew didn’t stop with the exterior as the interiors of the Vantage S edition are equally exquisite. The headrest sports unique design, with a touch of red which continues on the carbon fiber trim. The models are equipped with sporty steering wheel with Alcantara finish and the inspection plate is exclusively signed by Daniel Ricciardo or Max Verstappen. Any Formula One fan knows how popular these two F1 drivers are who race in Red Bull cars.
The idea behind introducing these Aston Martin cars that are inspired by the F1 Racing team is to give customers an opportunity to experience the adrenaline rush of racing. “Motorsport has always been an integral part of our brand’s DNA and in order to keep up the spirit, we have come up with the V8, V12 Vantage S Red Bull Racing Edition for our customers,” said Andy Palmer, CEO.
The special edition variant is already available for pre-order across all Aston Martin dealers. The deliveries for these vehicles will however commence later in the second quarter of 2017. The company didn’t release the pricing but it should be slightly higher than the base model because of the additional components and the exquisite materials used in these special edition cars. Any sports car lover would possibly love the color variants and add-ons the new V8, V12 models have to offer.
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