Callum Designs “revived” the first generation Aston Martin Vanquish with 580 horsepower, limited to 25 units

Callum Designs "revived" the first generation Aston Martin Vanquish with 580 horsepower, limited to 25 units

After the Concept version was announced 9 months ago, so far, Callum has “unveiled” the commercial version of the Aston Martin Callum Vanquish 25. Compared to the Concept version, the commercial version has been modified in terms of interior. along with more trim options, the chassis and powertrain have also been revised.

Even though the first generation Vanquish possesses great beauty, Callum Design has added a few details that make the car even more splendid compared to the original version.

With more than 350 changes in engineering, materials and design, the Aston Martin Callum Vanquish 25 has been transformed into a more practical Gran Tourer and more suitable for performance today. Since its launch as a Concept last year, the car has been tested on more than 32,000 km on various UK roads. The prototype has also been controlled on the tracks at the Ladoux Michelin racetrack to refine the best driving experience for the rider.

The car is equipped with a number of outstanding details such as a Bilstein system that is adjusted to improve agility, a stiffer anti-roll bar, a lower vehicle height of 0.76 cm and equipped with Michelin Pilot Sport tires. The new set of wheels for the car is slimmer, lower seating position and improved suspension.

The Aston Martin Callum Vanquish 25 can also be extensively customized with a variety of exterior color options and eight trim options. Vehicles equipped with one of three types of transmissions including manual transmission, automatic transmission and semi-automatic transmission. Customers can also choose from three 20-inch wheel designs. The interior is covered with leather details, dark chrome details are carefully polished, and comes with a walnut wood option to clad some interior details. The car is equipped with a set of luggage from the famous Mulberry brand.

The car is still powered by Vanquish’s 5.9-liter V12 engine, however tuned to produce 580 hp, 60 hp more than the original Vanquish. With the new carbon exhaust and induction exhaust system, the car will have a very impressive sound.

As the name suggests, the production of the Aston Martin Callum Vanquish 25 will be limited to only 25 units. The first cars will be built in September for customers in Europe and Latin America.

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