Aston Martin Viceroy Design Study
Aston Martin seemed to have dragged their feet in terms of the One-77, a supercar that has impressed the entire world with its magnificent beauty and its 750hp naturally aspirated 7.3-liter V12. And this admiration ignited a passion for an Aston Martin supercar that will not be so easily extinguished. In fact, this passion is what led British designer, Christopher Chilcott, into designing the Viceroy, a hydrogen powered supercar.
The designer states that the Viceroy was created as a celebration of everything British and that it illustrates the return of cutting edge British vehicles such as the McLaren F1, the Jaguar XJ220, and the Aston Martin DB5. Its features include a long hood, elegant lines, and large wheels that were inspired by the "bespoke tailoring and prestige of Savile Row in London."
The design is definitely a one-off, but its style and presence can clearly be identified as Aston Martin. You never know, maybe Aston will take him up on his design. We wouldn’t object.
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