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Aston Martin Vanquish Vision / RB 003

I really love the Design language of these future AM supercars. Looks like a tremendous amount of focus on on Aero and "Light weight" (cough...Lotus). I really hope that Lotus would follow in AM footsteps with a similar design language.
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That's a really nice car, I will add it to my wish list
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Lotus might have been able to do something like if it weren't for the setback of the Bahar era. Maybe. AM has a lot more funding and more technology partners, but look at where they were in the early 2000's.

And yes, I love how these cars look, best designs on the market.
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The chassis is probably derived from Lotus engineered Aston chassis used in later DBs.

I like this car. The super/hypercar market is getting really crowded. Luckily Aston have an established brand which should help them gain some market.
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