All the examples that I have seen also have the 6.3 air-dam fitted. The interior was trimmed with saddle brown Connolly hide matched to beige and green leather for the roof lining and interior door trims. Instead of burr walnut, there was extensive use of burr elm on the instrument and and fascia panels. A brass plate, affixed to the fascia panel contained the chassis number and name of the first owner.
The engine was based on the standard 48 valve V8 Virage unit but with a more efficient design of the 32 valve cylinder heads (sometimes described as ‘Vantage cylinder heads’) and new electronic engine management system, designed to give an extra 20bhp (a total of 349bhp) together with a reduction in emissions. The Limited Edition Coupe was available with either a 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission at a cost of £137,500. In all, a total of nine cars were built, all with consecutive M*AML number plates. Although the official name Limited Edition Coupe did not use the Virage moniker or have Virage badging, it’s easier to describe these cars as Virage Limited Edition Coupe.
One particular Limited Edition Coupe was upgraded to RSW 7 litre turbo spec with a reputed 720 bhp.