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Hot rods to aircooled 911s: car designer Ian Callum's car collection - p...

Cosworths to Vanquishes: Ian Callum's life of cars & car design

Aston Martin Callum Vanquish 25 review plus guide to the best roads in S...

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Aston Martin Callum Vanquish 25 By R-Reforged

Yes, 25 means the number of units. Video Just nine months after announcing the project, the production iteration Aston Martin CALLUM Vanquish 25 by R-Reforged has been revealed alongside confirmation that customer car build will commence in September. Designer Ian Callum has evolved the concept shown in 2019 with a revised interior, more trim options and definitive chassis and powertrain set up. Aston Martin CALLUM Vanquish 25 by R-Reforged now features over 350 engineering, material and design changes that transform the much-loved car into a more practical and relevant GT. Having covered over 20,000 miles of rigorous testing on the UK’s broad range of road types and qualities, as well as multiple sessions on both the wet and dry tracks at Michelin’s Ladoux proving ground, engineers carefully determined a crisper set up to amplify the driving experience of a classic GT. Highly tuned rebound and compression of the Bilstein dampers provides composure with noticeably more agilit

Callum Vanquish 25 Launch Film

Aston Martin Vanquish 25

Aston Martin Vanquish 25 By CALLUM: A Legend Returns

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Callum | C-X75

CX-75 The one that got away!! My greatest sadness while at Jaguar. Beautiful car! Designed by the best team. @ Coventry, United Kingdom https://t.co/7AMlWxs4GU — Ian Callum (@IanCallum) June 4, 2019

Ian Callum has decided to step down from his role as #Jaguar design director.

“I have had an incredible career at Jaguar. One of my biggest highlights was creating XF because it represented the beginning of a new era moving Jaguar from tradition to contemporary design – it was a significant turning point in our story. Designing the F-TYPE was a dream come true for me, and I-PACE was an opportunity to create something hugely innovative that would really challenge the perception of Jaguar – and its success is testament to just how far the brand has come. I came into this role with a mission to take Jaguar design back to where it deserved to be. It has taken 20 years, but I believe I have achieved what I set out to do. Given the strength of both our products and the design team I feel that now is the right time to move on, both personally and professionally, and explore other design projects. Designing Jaguar cars was a lifelong dream for me and I’m delighted to remain involved as a consultant for the brand. I have worked closely with Julian Thomson for 1

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