1980 Aston Martin Bulldog

1980 Aston Martin Bulldog

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The Aston Martin Bulldog is a very boxy concept super car, revealed in April 1980. The Aston Martin Bulldog, styled by William Towns, was a one-off testbed vehicle produced by Aston Martin in 1979. Originally, it had been intended to be a limited run of about 25. The code name for the project was DP K9, named after a Doctor Who character. It was built in the UK, but is a left-hand-drive car (UK cars are right-hand-drive). It has an incredibly low height at 43 inches (1.1 meters) high, and featured a sharp, distinctive gull-wing door design. The interior uses digital instrumentation and the rear view is delivered via a television monitor mounted on the center console (a later addition). The Bulldog was powered by a 5.3L twin-turbo V8 delivering 700 bhp (522 kW). #Aston_Martin #British_Cars #Bulldog #Car #Cars #Concept #Concept_Car #Concept_Cars #Concepts #Supercar #Supercars
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