Though Aston Martin already builds what are objectively some of the finest and most exclusive cars on the planet, the elite British marque’s bespoke Q Division takes things several steps further, offering discerning customers the chance to have their cars designed, tailored, and outfitted to their exact likings. And while the majority of Q By Aston Martin’s work consists of delivering one-off interiors, carbon fiber accent packages, and custom liveries, it occasionally takes the full-custom route, churning out what are essentially one-off concept vehicles, the latest of which has been appropriately dubbed the “Victor.”
Named after former Aston Martin head honcho, Victor Gauntlett, this one-off creation’s loosely based on the 2011 One-77 supercar and is constructed around a full carbon fiber monocoque chassis. Composed of carbon fiber, the car’s GT-style custom bodywork combines modern supercar aesthetics with that of 1960s and ’70s muscle cars, affording the Victor a wholly unique appearance. Powering the Victor is a naturally-aspirated 7.3L V12 engine that’s been designed and tuned by Cosworth, mated to a six-speed Graziano gearbox, and is good for putting down some 836hp and 605.5ft-lbs of torque. The Victor also boasts carbon-ceramic Brembo brakes, and a custom interior with an F1-style steering wheel.