Aston Martin Vantage Red Bull Racing Edition

Feb 22, 2017

Category: Rides

With the 2017 FIA Formula 1 World Championship just around the corner -officially slated to kick off on March 26- it looks like Aston Martin is celebrating the event by releasing two Red Bull racing trims into the Vantage lineup. This year, envy comes in the form of either a 430hp V8 or a 565hp V12 naturally aspirated engine in these beauties.

In addition to the notable power under the hood, both Vantage Red Bull Racing Editions feature a wide array of upgrades that make this pair of wheels race ready. We’re talking a race-inspired carbon splitter, diffuser, grille, and side strakes. Yellow calipers and red infills in the carbon fiber grille also add to the color scheme, which along with the deep Mariana Blue paint job subtly allude to the brand quite nicely. Inside the vehicle, Red Bull headrests, a carbon fiber trim, and a color-coded leather steering wheel greet the driver with stunning accents. No word on pricing just yet but the first deliveries are set for later this year so Aston should be releasing such information in the very near future.

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