Admit that you’ve never seen a car with such impressive doors.
The car filmed below on a London street is neither a Lotus Esprit nor a Lamborghini. It is a concept car presented by Aston Martin in 1979, the Bulldog, which was to restore the image of the Gaydon brand by breaking speed records.
Equipped with a supercharged 5.3-liter V8, it had to break through the 200 mph mark. At the time, its designers even thought that it could exceed 380 km / h. Unfortunately, despite its 700 theoretical horsepower, it never managed to exceed 307 km / h. Which was enough to make it the fastest car in the world at the time. But to qualify it as a “car”, Aston Martin would already have had to market the car. However, it has remained as a single copy and a rolling concept car.
The car was extensively restored by its owner a few months ago. And so it now parades in the streets of London, with its doors opening very impressive. The best way to stand out next to the most classic supercars from Bugatti or Lamborghini?
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