Aston Martin is celebrating nearly a century of racing history a this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed with a special edition of the Vantage. Q by Aston Martin's Vantage Heritage Racing Editions will be available in six liveries, each recalling a famous race car from the company's history. This liveries include exteriors inspired by early race cars such as the 1923 Razor Blade that set two class records at Brooklands in 1923 and the modern race cars of today with the "The Next Generation" livery that's inspired by the current Vantage GTE. The cars will also feature a new aero kit that is now available for all Vantages, which features a carbon fiber rear wing, dive planes, an extended front splitter.
Q by Aston Martin commemorates their 1959 Le Mans win with a limited edition DBS
The car celebrates the historic 1-2 Le Mans victory with the DBR1.