Aston Martin V12 Speedster Prototype, All In Black With A Pair Of Turbochargers

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Back in March, the new creation of Aston Martin was officially unveiled, Aston Martin V12 Speedster. Company named this car as a “Living show car”. By just a blink you can see the unique design of this roofless car. Now after months there are some photos of V12 Speedster prototype, without any cover. This is the latest project of bespoke Q division, which comes out to do tests.

Aston Martin V12 Speedster Prototype

Engine & Performance

As the Motor1 reports, this all-black prototype was registered with the 5.2-liter V12 engine benefiting from a pair of turbochargers. Officially the company registered for this engine 700-hp power and 753-Nm of torque. Also, this mid-mounted engine uses a ZF 8-Speed automatic transmission system with a limited-slip differential driving the rear wheels. This weird vehicle accelerates to 100 km/h just in 3.5 seconds and also has the 300km/h digit as the top speed.

Aston Martin V12 Speedster Prototype

This prototype is all in black, even its wheels. If you think that this car looks familiar you are completely right. The Gaydon HQ did such a work by having an eye on the legendary F/A-18. We have seen such a design by Aston Martin back in 2013.

As this car is going to be just 88 of its kind, the financial aspect should be covered too. So, don’t expect all new car but some new items used too,like the better alloys in the struction of car or new stainless steel exhaust which is designed specially just for the model with the center-mounted exit.

Aston Martine V12 Speedster

As the images reveals, like other trended cars, big grille is considering. Also, the big ceramic brakes can be seen too but the interior is yet a mystery. Maybe the design is not finished. What is much more visible is the lackage of the windscreen. So, don’t forget to take your helmet with.


As the company claimed in 2021, they are ready to deliver the customer’s order. But the tag price is $950,000 just before having any optional request. So if you are rich enough (or accidentally James Bond) you can have on in the first quarter of next year.

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