The UK’s super car is made by engineers working on a task which could easily be automated: making it look like it’s working.
In fact, the project team behind the Aston Martin Vantage supercar is a collection of engineers who have spent years designing and testing a car which is now fully assembled.
The project, led by a team from Aston Martin and Mercedes, has been running for five years.
Its goal is to achieve the most technologically advanced car ever made and it is one of the most ambitious car designs ever built.
It started with the Vantage’s first design concept.
The concept was based on the car’s chassis and aerodynamic shapes.
The first prototype was finished in 2008 and it was then used to show that the car was capable of being built with a fully-integrated powertrain and an electric motor.
The final version was finished by 2013.
Its name is a reference to the Aston Jaguar that was built in the 1950s.
The Aston Martin team says the car has been built with the best parts and techniques available to them.
The car is completely self-sufficient.
It’s designed to be built from scratch.
Its not a car that you would want to drive, but a car for the driver, the team says.
The team has also made the most of its limited resources.
It has built the supercar on a 1.5 million-litre V8 engine which produces more than 800kW (435kW or 431kW) of torque and is rated at 250hp.
The Vantage uses a unique, carbon-fibre chassis, which has been modified for its high-speed handling.
It also uses a carbon-composite roof, which is also very high-tech and has been coated with Kevlar to keep the car cold and protect its occupants.
The supercar weighs 4,300kg (7,100lbs) and is able to reach speeds of around 190mph (260km/h).
The car is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100km/hr in less than six seconds and it can go from 0-60mph in just 3.2 seconds.
It can reach a top speed of 195mph (320km/s).
But this is just the beginning.
The biggest challenge for the Aston team was getting the car to meet its design specifications.
They also had to develop a chassis for the V8 which was designed for the A380 supercar.
The supercar has been designed to operate at a very low speed, so the team had to reduce the V-tail ratio to about 1.0.
The result is that the V4 supercar can go up to a topspeed of more than 300mph (440km/p) and a top acceleration of up to 155mph (270km/g).
The Aston team is working on other supercars.
It will make a V8 supercar in 2019 which is designed to exceed all of its design specs.
And, at a price of less than £5m, it’s the fastest supercar ever made.
This story originally appeared on The Conversation.
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