Aston Martin DBC Supercar Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Azerbaijani designer Samir Sadikhov has graced our site before with his stunning Ferrari concept, and now he’s back at again. This time around though he’s chosen the British car makers at Aston Martin for his Aston Martin DBC supercar concept.

Seeing that the One-77 is no longer in production, it’s not far-fetched to think that Aston Martin could be working on a new supercar to compete with the big dogs. This mid-engine powered vehicle looks nothing like anything the brand currently makes, but still looks like something the brand could put out at the same time. The vehicle was designed to look like a “muscular athlete wearing a tailor-made suit.” Check out some of the additional photos below.

Aston Martin DBC Supercar Concept 2

Aston Martin DBC Supercar Concept 3

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