Estimated Acceleration Stats For Aston Martin Victor:
0-30 MPH: 1.38 sec
0-60 MPH: 2.78 sec
0-100 MPH: 5.49 sec
100-150 MPH: 6.94 sec
150-186 MPH: 13.81 sec (241-300km/h)
186-200 MPH: 24.73 sec (300-322km/h)
100-200 MPH: 45.48 sec
Top Speed: 200.9654 mph (323.4224 km/h)
Lateral acceleration: 9.70209 m/s2 = 0.99 G = 0.25sec rollout.
2.78+5.49/(2.78+5.49)x11.5 = 10.41sec on paper for quartermile. It will actually do 10.75sec, then with 0.25sec equals to 10.50sec because of the manual transmission. Trap speed? 141mph! That's 1mph more than the Lamborghini competitor and 6mph more than the Dodge Redeye!
Engine speed @ maximum torque [rpm]
Engine speed @ maximum power [rpm]
Gear ratios [-] Gearbox
Wheel static radius [m]
Driveline efficiency [-]
Wheel (tire) friction coefficient [-]
Rear axle load coefficient [-]
Vehicle mass (curb) [kg]
1910 (pre-300km/h); 2162kg (post-300km/h)
Driver mass [kg]
Aerodynamic drag coefficient [-]
Ambient air density [kg/m3]
Vehicle frontal area [m2]
Road slope [%]
Road load coefficient [-]
Engine speed points (full load) [rpm]
Engine static torque points (full load) [Nm]
Simulation time [s]
NOTE: All of the first (and for the Victor, only) six gear ratios are from 2017 Aston Martin Vantage S; 0.70/0.85x3.73 = 3.07 final drive ratio. Curb weight figures estimated using HPWizard to account for engine displacement, body style type, and downforce at certain speeds; curb weight settings: 1514kg from 0-100km/h, 1838kg from 100-200km/h, up to 2378kg from 200-300km/h, and down to 2162kg from 300km/h+.
The only other road cars with this sort of downforce include McLaren Senna, Pagani Huayra BC, and Dodge Viper ACR. I might be missing a few others, though.
I will be using 1910kg from 0-300km/h and 2162kg from 300-320+km/h due to difficulty with estimating numbers from 100+mph. (See above for posted results.)
I used drag coefficient rating of 0.500 Cd, even if highest typical sports car rating is 0.380 (in accordance to Wallace Racing). That's only 0.041-0.044 off a Viper ACR, but so what? The Victor literally resembles what a 1970 DBS would look like if it were made by today's standards.
I used the average of the four listed (as above) curb weights [1973kg], and it translated the height and width for me to account for the very frontal area of 24.20ft²; that translates to 2.25m². Mind you, I selected just "production vehicle" and not "race car - production model".