Meet the Aston Martin Victor — a retro-styled, one-off supercar that takes some of the best elements from Aston's previous limited-edition builds.
The car was built by Aston's bespoke Q division and was unveiled at the Hampton Court Palace Concours on Friday.
It was commissioned by an unnamed buyer who wished to keep their identity and the car low-key, a spokesperson for Aston Martin said.
Luckily, Aston did share some photos and details about the car — and needless to say, it's a stunner.
Aston Martin says the Victor was inspired by the V8 Vantage of the 1970s and 1980s.
Aston nailed the classic muscle-car look, but there's no question the Victor is from this century.
Finished in a throwback dark green, the car sports a full carbon-fiber body and chassis.
It gets its power from a 7.3-liter V12 out of Aston's limited-run One-77 sports car. The engine has been tuned to churn out 836 brake horsepower, Aston says.
Surprising as it may be, Aston equipped the Victor with a six-speed manual transmission, making it the most powerful stick shift the company has ever made.
Aston outfitted the Victor with the same inboard suspension setup as the track-only Vulcan.
And the Victor gets the Vulcan's steering wheel as well.
Stopping power comes from Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes.
Although the Victor was built for performance, Aston didn't skimp on the car's interior.
Inside, the Victor sports lots of forest-green leather ...
... cashmere ...
... and solid walnut accenting the dashboard.
An Aston Martin spokesperson declined to share the Victor's price with Business Insider, but given that the Vulcan and One-77 each retailed for around $2 million, it's safe to assume the car was expensive.