Aston Martin DB4 G. T. is one of those classics that is hard to see because of its huge exclusivity. Originally produced between the years 1959 and 1963, and they only made 75 units. But now, as it has done Jaguar with the XKSS, this model will return to life in a limited way. will only Be 25 units of the Aston Martin DB4 G. T., and all have to be used only in circuit, as the initial model.
One of the most intriguing aspects is that the rack number of the new units will continue the series that were the last made in 1963. Under your hood there will be a engine six-cylinder in-line 3.7-liter with 340 HP of power. The gearbox will be the same four-speed manual that was formerly. All of this mounted on a tubular chassis with an independent front suspension.
new Aston Martin DB4 G. T. will be built from scratch and with respect to the original model. Its production will take place in Newport Pagnell, the same place where you did the original. There will only be a few modern elements such as a safety cage that complies with the specifications of the FIA, a fire extinguisher and seat belts. The total weight is in the contents 1.227 kg
Those fortunate enough to do with one of them will have available a program Aston Martin to give training to the drivers. It lasts two years, and visit prestigious circuits around the world, such as, for example, Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi. If the DB4 G. T. original went on sale for 5,000 pounds, to get one of these there will be to shell out 1.5 million lbs (some 1.78 million). Deliveries will begin in the third quarter of 2017.
Source – Aston Martin