The dished wheels with all those black spokes, the expensive looking paint on an expensive looking car – they all conspire to make today’s look of fast.
there are two popular kinds of fast – there is the leather lined, complex curved brashmobile half-trying to be subtle, and there is the stripped bare, blaring little rocket, modified and bone-shakingly hard.
There are all kinds of fast – top speed is relative and 60 miles per hour in a 1980s beater feels plenty rapid, as does 0-35 does in a sports car like this. There are thousands of Mustangs and 1990s Celicas out there, for instance, that tear up America’s highways and byways. This Aston has a very specific message of having money to spend on the authority, excess, and pleasure of speed, as manifested in a aerodynamic look and a racy exhaust. Lost of different looks of fast out there, but this is definitely one that registers very quickly on today’s streets.