The Aston Martin Vantage V12 has been announced by R-Reforged by Zagato Heritage Twins



In early 2012, Aston Martin paid tribute to decades of partnership with Italian coach Zagato, a limited edition V12 Zagato called the Geneva Motor Show. A quick step forward by 2020, while the British firm, which has been named R-Reforged by Swiss roots, has received permission to build 38 additional cars that will be sold in pairs.

These are cars like the ones made by Alvi, Bentley and Shelley, but there is a difference between them, but that flaw is much smaller than we are. The R-Reforged starts with the V12 Vantage platform and maintains a naturally aspirated, 5.9-liter V12 engine. It is designed to supply 600 horsepower, which is an increase of 90 horsepower compared to the original. Lovers can opt for an automatic transmission and a seven-speed manual. The rear wheel is the only configuration available despite the number of pedals on the driver’s foot.

R-Reforged has returned Zagato's current Aston coupe and convertible options, and both use a wide range of carbon fibers to test weight. They will also get the center lock of the 19-inch aluminum wheels and the rear wing located for added stability. It will replace the much larger wing, which is placed on the 101 car model produced in early 2010. The sky is the limit when it comes to adjustment; R-Reforged can turn any color pattern into color paint. Users will have the opportunity to view their car built.

The R-Reforged will only sell 19 pairs of coupes and 19 converters, so plan your release in your garage before freeing up two spaces before you consider creating a source. Also act quickly because according to the company, most of the products are talking. The couple is valued at $ 2.2 million to determine the price. To add context, Aston Martin initially paid. 330,000 for the V12 Zagato, a figure that transfers about $ 400,000.