A tribute to the “golden age of motoring” with manual gearbox configuration.
Honoring a Legacy
To commemorate the 110th anniversary of its establishment, Aston Martin has crafted the V12 Valor, a new breed of super sports car. This fresh model, outfitted with a manual gearbox, harkens back to the “golden age of motoring” – an homage to a time when man and machine interacted seamlessly in the pursuit of automotive excellence.
Drawing from Racing Heritage
The V12 Valor takes inspiration from the iconic Le Mans race car, the RHAM/1, blending contemporary technical specifications with a driving experience designed to reconnect the driver with the vehicle. Beneath its sculpted hood, the car houses a formidable 5.2-liter, twin-turbocharged V12 engine, boasting an impressive 714 horsepower and 555 lb-ft of torque.
Modern Marvels with Classic Undertones
The V12 Valor brings a host of modern features to the table, including multiple driving modes, custom suspension, adjustable dampers, new springs, stabilizer bars, and other components. Its exterior presents a retro-futuristic design language, highlighted by eye-catching round LED headlights, a revamped grille, and a rear air deflector. In contrast, the interior champions the manual gear lever, exuding a traditional, almost nostalgic, ambiance.
Limited and Customizable
The V12 Valor is to be limited to a production run of just 110 units, each uniquely tailored via the highly customizable options provided by Aston Martin’s Q division. This individualistic approach ensures that each Valor will be an exceptional piece of automotive art, echoing Aston Martin’s commitment to delivering unparalleled exclusivity and luxury.