HBH to Make Mid-Engine Aston Martin V12 Vantage image

HBH has announced its plans to build a new mid-engine supercar which will be based on the Aston Martin V12 Vantage.

HBH has already helped earlier to create the Kleemann GTK and Zenvo ST1. However, this time, the details of the Aston Martin V12 Vantage are limited. This will be the one-off model which is set to create by HBH and will feature a 6.0 liter V12 engine. This engine will boast two superchargers that will ultimately bring out more performance to the car. Though performance specifications are yet to get released, but its standard version delivers 510 horsepower that is 380 kW / 517 PS and 570 Nm that is 420 lb-ft of torque.

If we go in details about HBH, it stands for Hermann, Brandt and Hartvig. All three of them are automotive professionals. Besides they are also designers, producers, and developers of special car projects. They have a little history to explore when it comes to producing highly specialized cars as mentioned before about Kleemann GTK, Zenvo ST1 and Sondergard. The new project is entirely highlighting its features even more powerfully on the concept of a specific car for its specific customers.

HBH have not commented anything yet about this car’s pricing, but did mention that the buyers will receive a fifty percent stake in the design as well as production rights to the car. Due to this extra-ordinary arrangement made by HBH, the buyer will become more secured that the vehicle is exclusive unless and until the buyer and the HBH decide to build further units of this similar project.

By Sunita Mandal