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V12 Vantage Meets Gulf LMP1 Racecar - Web Exclusive

The Aston Martin V12 engine sits not just at the heart of the One-77, DBS, DB9, Rapide and V12 Vantage but also the 2010 DBR1-2 Le Mans racecar.

Dec 23, 2010

Check out the video at www.eurotuner.com and youtube.com/eurotuner

The V12 Vantage was launched to critical acclaim in 2009, and in 2010 it arrived in the US. It is the ultimate performance interpretation of the Vantage range featuring a 6.0 liter V12 engine producing 510hp and 420 lb-ft and has been dynamically honed to deliver an unparalleled driving experience.

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The V12-engined DBR1-2 is an Aston Martin LMP1 racecar which competed throughout 2009 and 2010. It won the Le Mans Series in 2009 and achieved three podiums in 2010.

It is this revered engine that sits at the heart of these evocative driving machines.

This unique footage captures these two iconic road and racecars in action for the first time in a road setting.

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