Though based on the original Vanquish, the team at the Warwick-based workshop have completely reworked the car from the ground up. The model will be run by a V12 engine pushing out almost 600 horsepower, with both upgraded hardware and software, including a more optimized exhaust system and a new six-speed automatic gearbox. Other modifications include LED headlights and taillights, larger carbon-ceramic brakes, 20-inch wheels dressed in state-of-the-art Michelin tires. On the interior, a re-trimmed cabin with brand new sports seats compliments an infotainment screen and more.
“There are things on the car I’ve always wanted to fix,” says Callum. “Now I have the chance.”
Those interested in getting their hands on one of the only 25 made worldwide can register their interest over at CALLUM’s website, though no official pricing has been announced just yet.
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