Just 88 models will be built of the Aston Martin V12 Speedster, influenced by the 1959 Le Mans winning DBR1 and developed from the 2013 CC100 Concept car (right).
It will have a streamlined open cockpit body with two seats, a 700ps 5.2V12 engine and deliveries begin in early 2021, from an expected base of £750,000.
The hood has also been given a special make-over and distinctive finish.
It gives the SUV a 124mph max., 0-62mph in 8.5sec and about 44mpg on the combined WLTP fuel test in SEL and R-Line trims with 7sp auto box, from £24,910 and £26,810 respectively.
Car sales across Europe are predicted to dip about 1% this year.
Analysts say the industry is struggling against an economic slowdown and meeting demand for electric vehicles under tough emissions regulations and concerns about trading deals after Brexit and with the US and China.
Transmission technology specialist Xtrac will unveil more advanced transmissions at Europe’s premier motorsport show taking place on 9-12 January 2020 at Birmingham’s NEC.
Uniquely, the technology includes an e-axle for the first electric-powered cars to compete in the 2021 to 2024 FIA World Rallycross Championship and the company is also taking the opportunity to recruit apprentices and machinists as well as student, graduate and professional engineers interested in pursuing a career within the motorsport and high-performance automotive industry sector.