British luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin is getting to ready to create a brand new chapter not only in its history but also in the history of motoring. The firm is aiming to lead the way in performance and also to compete with more exclusive brands.
The company adopted this philosophy earlier this year and decided to make a hypercar, the AM-RB 001. It is one of the most exciting cars ever to be produced by the British marque. This is a hybrid car which is jointly developed by Aston Martin and Red Bull.
After the model hits the market later this decade, Aston is looking to follow the tradition by launching a new mid-engined supercar, the Vision 8. The model is regarded as the V8 Vantage of the future.
The Vision 8 is designed by Costas Phouphoullides, a well-known British designer and to be honest, the new design is absent from most of Aston's trademark design cues. But still, the design of the hood and the front grille have taken styling cues from DB11.
The rear fascia of the future model features LED taillights and the design looks so 2050. The other important design elements are the wraparound windscreen which joins with the side windows, conceptual headlights and the lack of a rear window.
One thing we have to keep in mind is that this is a concept model and when most of the concept models are put into production, they won't look the same. The other important question that arises is, will future Aston Martins follow this tradition?
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