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2018 RBR Special Edition Aston Martin V8 Vantage S

Body Style — Coupe
Colour — Mariana Blue
Engine — 4.7-litre V8
Transmission — 6-speed sports automatic
Drive — Rear
Power — 321 kW @ 7,300 rpm
Torque — 490 Nm @ 5,000 rpm
Kms — 105
Price — SOLD
Stock Number — U31190
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  • F1 Fame

    F1 Fame

    This Aston Martin V8 Vantage S Coupe is one of just 15 Red Bull Racing Special Edition Coupes in Australia, and it is signed by former Red Bull Racing top gun Daniel Riccardo and team boss Christian Horner.

  • Signed by Dan

    Signed by Dan

    The occasion was a VIP showroom event at Aston Martin Melbourne in the lead up to the 2018 Formula 1 Grand Prix at Albert Park.  The signatures have been preserved in clear lacquer for perpetuity and provide a talking point each time the bonnet is raised.

  • RBR flair

    RBR flair

    The two signatures add a wonderful exclamation mark to some serious RBR treatment.

    Naturally enough, the exterior treatment on this special Mariana Blue Coupe features plenty of F1-inspired carbon fibre, most notable the lower front spoiler and rear bumper. But it is the subtle RBR touches such as the carbon fibre front grille surround with red painted accents and carbon fibre side strake with the RBR logo and also a red finish that stamp this Aston Martin as something truly unique.

    The interior treatment is especially stylish with trademark RBR red and yellow stitching, beautifully stitched-in-white RBR F1 team logo on the headrests and, of course, more carbon fibre.

  • V8 rumble

    V8 rumble

    Performance may not be as fast as the F1 race car, but there’s nothing shy about the rumbling 4.7-litre V8 producing 321 kW of power and 490 Nm of torque – enough to move this machine from zero to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds on its way to a 305 km/h top speed.

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