Aston Martin's bespoke Q division takes its name from James Bond's gadget master of the same name. If there was any doubt that Q's work lived up to its fictional namesake, they've vanquished that notion with the Victor, a custom creation based on the One-77. 77 were made between 2009 and 2012, with one lost in a crash in Hong Kong, making them extremely rare, and the Victor the crown jewel of the line. Built on the One-77's carbon fiber monocoque chassis, the new carbon fiber bodywork is based on the classic V8 coupe while weighing less than the One-77's. The 7.3-liter normally-aspirated V12 was reworked by the masters at Cosworth, and now makes 836 horsepower versus the 750 of the original, backed up by a real three-pedal six-speed manual transmission. As gorgeous as the exterior is, it nearly pales in comparison to the interior, swathed in Forest Green leather, exposed carbon fiber, and brushed aluminum and titanium. A serious contender for Aston Martin's best styling, the Victor has one very lucky owner.