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Limited-Run Aston Martin Valour Debuts With a Manual Gearbox

The limited edition grand tourer commemorates Aston Martin’s 110th anniversary and is already sold out
Only 110 Units
Limited to just 110 units -- one unit for each year Aston has completed -- the Valour takes styling inspiration from the V8 Vantage from the 70s and 80s, though it does bear more than a passing resemblance to 2020’s One-77-based one-off Victor
It’s a Manual!
The grand tourer is powered by the familiar 5.2-litre twin-turbocharged V12 with the unit paired with a bespoke 6-speed manual gearbox sending power to the rear wheels
Retro Design
The retro-design influence is noticed from the front fascia with round headlamps flanking the prominent Aston Martin grille. The fascia also appears a lot more squared-up as compared to Aston’s other mass-produced models
Inside, the cabin features a blend of wood, metal, and carbon fibre. Aston says that the gear-lever is the focal point of the new interior with buyers able to option the gear knob in wood, aluminum or titanium
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