Danish Firm HBH Planning Mid-Engine Aston Martin

Danish coachbuilder HBH, who worked on the Kleeman GTX and the Zenvo ST1, is reportedly set to build a mid-engine Aston Martin supercar. It would supposedly be based on the V12 Vantage, only with a mid-engine design. Details are limited for now, but it's likely the one-off car would have a 6.0-liter V12 that's equipped with two superchargers. To get an idea of total power output, the naturally aspirated version of this engine produces 510hp and 420 lb-ft of torque.

Pricing or any other details haven't been announced. Only this teaser image has been released. Since it's so far planned as a one-off (for now), HBH claims the buyer will receive a 50 percent stake in the design and production rights. In other words, if someone is willing to put up the cash, HBH will build one for them with the possibility of building more in the future.

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