Henrik Fisker Aston Martin Thunderbolt Vanquish

Mar 18, 2015

Category: Rides

This one-off design study might not be an official Aston Martin, but that hardly makes Henrik Fisker’s Thunderbolt Vanquish any less gorgeous.

Designed by Fisker as a V12 Vanquish coupe, this sinewy seductress features hand-laid coach-built carbon fiber bodywork with a dramatically clean body and deeply sculpted air ducting, while the hood is dominated by a large power dome with long triangular sculpted air intakes. Other exterior design highlights include thin protruding tail lamps, a wraparound rear window and panoramic dark tinted glass roof, and it all sits 15 millimeters lower on 21-inch alloy wheels with performance tires. Inside there’s an 11.6-inch curved touchscreen from Panasonic, specially trimmed leather surfaces, and a wine bottle holder, which should probably hold champagne to celebrate anyone ever getting to ride in this creation.

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