• 2018 Aston Martin Vantage

    Two-door body style 2+0 seating
  • Extruded bonded aluminium body structure with steel panels
  • Looks similar to Mazda MX-5 at certain angles
  • Same grille enlarged and lowered
  • Front spoiler integrated with grille trim
  • Headlights sit closer to the nose and more horizontally
  • Side skirts act as spoilers and add a hint of extra aggression
  • All-new diffuser and refined rear deck
  • Thinner taillights extend across rear spoiler
  • All-new interior
  • Aerodynamic design cuts back on air turbulence at the rear diffuser
  • Design cues remind of Lamborghini but smaller
  • Dash is more prominent and driver oriented
  • Futuristic Design in a modern world
  • German-like eight-inch infotainment display
  • Two-tone interior with high-sitting center console, low-seating position
  • Aluminum 4.0-liter V-8 (Twin Turbo)
  • Front-Mid engine configuration with RWD
  • Stainless steel, electronically controlled exhaust
  • 503 HP @ 6,000 rpm & 505 LB-FT @ 2,000 rpm
  • 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds
  • Top Speed 195 mph
  • Rear-Mid ZF Eight-Speed Automatic Transmission
  • First Aston Martin to have an Electronic Differential
  • Double-wishbone independent suspension up front Rear multi-link in back
  • Adaptive Damping
  • 20-inch wheels with Pirelli P Zero tires

The only thing missing is an ejector seat

The Vantage nameplate enjoys a long history under the Aston Martin banner, first seeing use in 1951 as a high-performance variant of the DB2. Eventually, the Vantage became a unique standalone model, and over time, secured its spot as the single most successful vehicle in the brand’s history. Framed as a more accessible GT two-door, this “entry-level” Aston offers daily driver comfort wrapped in a smaller, lighter, and more agile package. Now, there’s a new generation, coming proper with fresh styling, a new interior layout, more dynamism behind the wheel, and ever-higher levels of performance.

Right off the bat, this thing has us excited. We’ll admit it – we’re suckers for a sports car from Gaydon, and at first blush, this new Vantage has all the right boxes ticked. It looks great, oozing with 007 goodness. It’s got a luxurious, yet sporty interior space that’s sure to provide plenty of coddling on longer trips. And more importantly, it’s got tons of go thanks to front/mid-mounted V-8 stuffed by twin turbochargers. Excited? Read on for the details.

Updated 11/21/2017: Aston Martin has released full details on the 2018 Vantage!

Continue reading to learn more about the 2018 Aston Martin Vantage.

Exterior

  • Reshaped front fascia
  • Lower front grille
  • More prominent rear spoiler
  • Thinner horizontal LED headlights and taillights
  • Revised aerodynamics
  • Restyled 20-inch wheels
  • Larger dimensions
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Two-door body style 2+0 seating
Like the model that came before it, this latest Aston gets a highly attractive two-door body style, with short overhangs, a broad stance, and a wide rear end

How can you not like a hot-to-trot Aston Martin? Any sports car that makes you look like James Bond get a thumbs-up in our book, and the 2018 Vantage is no different. Like the model that came before it, this latest Aston gets a highly attractive two-door body style, with short overhangs, a broad stance, and a wide rear end. The proportions make for a long hoodline and cab-back position for the greenhouse, the kind of stuff you’d expect to see crossed up in a glorious display of smoky oversteer. Lovely.

That said, the 2018 Vantage gets a slew of updates that help to visually advance it into the next generation. First up, there are new designs for the headlights and taillights, with the units up front moved further towards the outer edges of the fascia and made more horizontal, enhancing the car’s visual width as a result. LEDs are used for the high beams and low beams, while integrated turn signals, full daytime running lights, and a “lock/unlock graphic theatre” round it out.

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The 2018 Vantage gets a slew of updates that help to visually advance it into the next generation.

In back, the taillights are now much thinner, stretched across the reshaped tail in a single stripe. LEDs are once again used as the lighting element, and there are dynamic turn signals here as well.

Twin tailpipes spit the good noises, while a clamshell hood reveals the party piece in the nose. The front grille was also tweaked, offering a similar grille shape, but now with a lower position in the fascia, integrating directly with the front splitter.

Speaking of splitters, the 2018 Vantage gets updated aero tricks to go with the fresh style, with the aforementioned front wing, front intakes, and rear diffuser all getting revamped. The side “gill” vents are also new, integrating with the body surface and acting to discharge built-up air pressure from the front wheel arches, while the rear spoiler gets a much more defined up-turned flick. And although Aston didn’t provide exact figures, the British automaker assures us the Vantage makes a “significant” amount of downforce at speed. Fair enough.

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The 2018 Vantage gets updated aero tricks to go with the fresh style, making a “significant” amount of downforce at speed.

In the corners, customers will have multiple designs to choose from for the forged alloy wheels, plus a variety of finishes as well. Standard spec includes a 20-inch diameter for the rollers.

The 2018 Vantage also comes standard with a graphite exterior body pack and graphite rear diffuser. Titanium coloring is used for the front grille, while a silver cross brace can be found under the hood. Dark Anodized brake calipers spruce up the anchors, with options including finishes in black, red, grey, yellow, satin silver, red, blue, or orange. Further aesthetic enhancements are possible with the optional carbon fiber trim packs, matte black exhaust finishers, and a black under-hood cross brace.

In terms of exterior dimensions, the Vantage has grown a bit for the next generation. It’s now a bit wider, a bit taller, and a bit longer, both in terms of overall length and in the wheelbase. It’s still a relatively compact vehicle, but the inevitable dimension creep is definitely evident.

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2018 Aston Martin Vantage - Exterior Dimensions

Length (Inches) 175.78
Width (incl Mirror Caps) (Inches) 84.76
Width (excl Mirror Caps) (Inches) 76.45
Height (Inches) 50.11
Wheelbase (Inches) 106.45

Interior

  • New layout looks much better
  • Enhanced passenger room and cargo room
  • Lower seating position
  • Gloss black trim, carbon fiber bits, and contrast stitching
  • “PRND” transmission buttons on the center tunnel
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All-new interior
Inside, there’s a lot more going on, with tons of little details that fill the space with copious sporting cues.

While the basics of the new Vantage’s interior are the same, with two seats and a driver-focused layout, the whole shebang gets a major redesign going into the 2018 model year. Aston says it focused on creating sharper, more focused lines, as opposed to the longer, more fluid lines seen in the previous model. We think it all looks great, with a much more exciting appearance that does away with the old model’s simple (and if we’re honest, rather bland) arrangement.

This time, there’s a lot more going on, with tons of little details that fill the space with copious sporting cues. It reminds us a bit of something you might get from AMG, and that’s meant as a compliment.

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Two-tone interior with high-sitting center console, low-seating position
There’s also more passenger space, including significantly improved headroom, plus more cargo room behind the seats with a double-tier storage system.

To help the driver and passenger feel more encapsulated inside the cabin, there’s a high waist line and lowered driving position, giving the Vantage a sort of low-slung cockpit feel that’s perfectly in tune with the rest of the car’s demeanor. There’s also more passenger space, including significantly improved headroom, plus more cargo room behind the seats with a double-tier storage system.

Gloss black trim, carbon fiber bits, and contrast stitching pervade throughout. Inputs are made thanks to an array of rotary and toggle hard buttons, while the transmission buttons are arranged in a triangular “PRND” layout at the crux of the center console and central tunnel. Looking good!

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Design cues remind of Lamborghini but smaller
The transmission buttons are arranged in a triangular “PRND” layout at the crux of the center console and central tunnel. Looking good!

Features include automatic climate control with dual-zone temperature specification, keyless start and stop, a parking distance display, and park assist with front and rear parking sensors. Handling the infotainment duties is an 8.0-inch LCD screen mounted high on the dash just above dual squared air vents, while Aston’s branded audio system comes as standard. Premium Audio is an optional extra. Buyers also get Bluetooth connectivity, phone streaming features, an iPod connector, USB playback, and satellite navigation.

Alcantara and leather upholstery are the materials of choice. Supporting backsides is a standard memory seat function, plus optional ventilation and heating functions. Further upgrade choices include Sport Plus seats and a Sports steering wheel with the Sports Plus Collection, as well as a full leather interior.

Drivetrain

  • All-alloy twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8
  • 503 horsepower and 505 pound-feet of torque
  • 0-to-60 mph in 3.5 seconds
  • Top speed of 195 mph
  • Eight-speed automatic transmission
  • First-ever Aston with an E-Diff
  • Carbon fiber prop shaft
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Aluminum 4.0-liter V-8 (Twin Turbo)
The engine is mounted at the front/mid-position for more even weight distribution, and pumps out 503 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 505 LB-FT of torque at 2,000 rpm

Take a peek under that clamshell hood, and you’ll find the 2018 Vantage’s all-alloy twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 powerplant. The engine is mounted at the front/mid-position for more even weight distribution, and pumps out 503 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 685 Nm (505 pound-feet) of torque at 2,000 rpm. That’s a monumental boost over the previous model’s V-8, which produced just 430 horsepower in top-trim form.

Features for the lump include quad cams, water-to-air charge cooling, CNC-machined combustion chambers, and a 10.5:1 compression ratio. The stainless steel exhaust also get an electronically controlled flap for more or less noise, as desired. And of course, Aston takes care to mention the specially tuned intake and exhaust systems, which should give this thing that badass sound we’ve grown accustomed to hearing.

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Stainless steel, electronically controlled exhaust
The stainless steel exhaust also get an electronically controlled flap for more or less noise, as desired

Mounted at the rear/mid- position (once again for optimal weight distribution), you’ll find an automatic eight-speed transmission from ZF, another substantial upgrade over the older model’s seven-speed slush box. No word yet on whether or not Aston is bringing back its manual, but here’s to hoping. Helping to send the muscle exclusively to the rear wheels is an alloy torque tube and carbon fiber prop shaft. Final drive ratio comes to 2.93:1.

An electronic rear differential provides extra traction, making the 2018 Vantage the first Aston to get an E-Diff. The diff mates with the electronic stability control for a more integrated control system and offers faster operation than a traditional LSD, going from locked to open in just milliseconds.

Neat. But what about those performance numbers?

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0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds
An electronic rear differential provides extra traction, making the 2018 Vantage the first Aston to get an E-Diff. 0-to-60 mph takes 3.5 seconds.

Well, for starters, the 0-to-60 mph run is done in 3.5 seconds, besting the old model’s low-4-second time. Top speed is also improved, clocking in at 195 mph for the 2018 model year.

And, just in case you care, mileage figures look like 19.7 mpg in the city, 34.3 mpg on the highway, and 26.8 mpg combined, with a 73-liter (19.3-gallon) fuel tank providing the go juice. Not bad.

2018 Aston Martin Vantage Engine And Performance Specs

Engine 4.0 liter twin turbo V-8
Horsepower 503 HP @ 6,000 RPM
Torque 505 LB-FT @ 2,000-5,000 RPM
0 to 60 mph 3.5 seconds
Top Speed 195 mph
Transmission ZF eight-speed automatic transmission
Fuel tank capacity 73 liters
Min Dry Weight 3,373 Lbs
Weight Distribution 50:50

Chassis And Handling

  • Bonded aluminum structure evolved from the DB11
  • Adaptive dampers
  • 50:50 weight distribution
  • 3,373-pound curb weight
  • Specially made Pirelli P Zer tires
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20-inch wheels with Pirelli P Zero tires
A speed-sensitive electric power assist steering set-up helps it corner with 2.4 turns lock-to-lock

Under the lovely looking skin, the 2018 Vantage gets bones evolved from the DB11, with a bonded aluminum structure for low weight and high rigidity. However, while it may share some similarities with the bigger, badder DB, Aston says 70 percent of the components on the 2018 Vantage are new.

That includes a solidly mounted rear subframe, which helps the coupe feel more connected in the twisties. A speed-sensitive electric power assist steering set-up helps it corner with 2.4 turns lock-to-lock. In front, there are double wishbones, coil springs, and an anti-roll bar, while the rear uses a multi-link with coil springs and an anti-roll bar.

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Of course, any modern high-end sports car worth its Alcantara needs some kind of adaptive componentry, and the 2018 Vantage doesn’t disappoint.

Of course, any modern high-end sports car worth its Alcantara needs some kind of adaptive componentry, and the 2018 Vantage doesn’t disappoint. Keeping it shiny side up is an Adaptive Damping System, incorporating Skyhook technology and multiple drive modes. Drivers can choose between Sport, Sport Plus, and Track, which not only affects the dampers, but also integrates new settings for the engine, transmission, E-Diff, Dynamic Torque Vectoring, Dynamic Stability control, and steering. Further electronic aides include emergency brake assist, traction control, and positive torque control.

To help haul it down, there are 400 mm (15.7-inch) discs in front and 360 mm (14.2-inch) discs in back, both of which are made from steel. An electronic parking brake keeps it stationary.

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Front-Mid engine configuration with RWD
Handling this thing should be an enjoyable experience thanks to its 50:50 front-to-back weight distribution.

Handling this thing should be an enjoyable experience. Thanks to the low, central-mounting position for the engine and transmission, the 2018 Vantage boasts a 50:50 front-to-back weight distribution, tipping the scales with a dry weight of 1,530 kg (3,373 pounds).

Finally, Pirelli P Zero tires make the traction. Aston also mentions that the compound was tweaked and tuned specifically for the new Vantage. Sizing is set at 255/40 in front and 295/35 rear.

2018 Aston Martin Chassis And Handling Specs

Construction bonded aluminum
Front Suspension Double wishbones, coil springs, adaptive dampers, anti-roll bar
Rear Suspension Multi-link, coil springs, adaptive dampers, anti-roll bar
Brakes steel discs, 15.7-inch front, 14.2-inch rear
Dry Weight 3,373 pounds
Tires Pirelli P Zero, 255/40 front, 295/35 rear

Prices

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The 2018 Aston Martin Vantage is on sale now, tagged for 120,900 pounds in the U.K., 154,000 Euros in Germany, and $149,995 in the U.S.

Optional packages include the Sports Plus Pack (Sports Plus seats, Sports steering wheel), the Exterior Black Pack (matte black front grill mesh, matte black window surround), the Tech Pack (keyless entry, blind spot monitoring, auto park assist, touchpad, glass switches), and the Comfort Pack (16-way adjustable seats, heated seats, closed storage and armrest).

Deliveries are scheduled for the second quarter of 2018.

Competitors

Porsche 911 Turbo

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If you’re looking for a high-performance coupe for around $150,000, then the 911 Turbo is pretty much the standard. While a bit more expensive than the Aston at $161,800, the Stuttgart superstar has more than enough performance to justify the extra outlay, hitting 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds thanks to 540 horsepower and AWD grip. Making all that go is a rear-mounted 3.8-liter flat-six, which sends the muscle through a PDK transmission. Plenty of options are on the table to make it faster or more comfortable as well.

Read our full review on the 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo.

Mercedes-AMG GT C Coupe

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In many ways, the AMG GT C Coupe is a lot like the Vantage. Like the Aston, this Merc gets a cab-back proportions and an aggressive grand touring-styled exterior, plus a fire-breathing turbo V-8 up front. Power for the German rival comes to 550 ponies, all of which hit the rear wheels through a seven-speed automatic to make the 0-to-60 mph run in 3.6 seconds. The Merc also gets an exquisite interior spec, plus a few options for greater handling chops, if desired. Pricing starts at $145,000, but if you’re feeling frisky, you can upgrade to the even-faster GT R Coupe for an extra 12 grand.

Read our full review on the 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT C Coupe.

Conclusion

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By all accounts, the 2018 Vantage is a worthy successor to the first-gen model. It’s got all the good stuff we could want from an Aston – it looks dead sexy, it’s got oodles of comfort in the cabin, and its got a substantial wallop waiting for you when you put your foot to the floor.

If we had to nitpick, we’d say the interior might look a little too “tuner special” for some, while more speed can be had elsewhere. That said, you can’t really beat the Vantage when it comes to style, and that counts a lot in this segment. Just another 911, this thing is not, and that’s perhaps one of its greatest advantages.

All said, things are looking good for the new Vantage.

  • Leave it
    • * Faster options available
    • * Cabin might be too “tuner special” for some
    • * Deliveries still quite a ways away
    • * Will the manual make its return?

References

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Read our full review on the previous generation Aston Martin Vantage.

Aston Martin Vulcan

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Read our full review on the Aston Martin Vulcan.

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Update History

Updated 09/25/2017: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming Aston Martin Vantage out for a new testing session around the Nurburgring.

Updated 12/19/2016: The upcoming Aston Martin Vantage was caught out playing in the snow.

Updated 06/23/2016: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming Aston Martin Vantage out for a new testing session. The company tried to hide it under DB11 clothes, but it is obvious we are looking at the Vantage as the prototype seen here is shorter than a DB11 - a true 2 seater compared to the 2+2 DB11.

Spy Shots

September 25, 2017 - Aston Martin Vantage caught testing around Nurburgring

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April 6, 2016 - Next Aston Martin Vantage V8 caught testing at the Ring

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December 19, 2016 - Next Aston Martin Vantage begins winter testing

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June 23, 2016 - Next Aston Martin Vantage caught hiding under DB11 clothes

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October 21st, 2014 - First testing session

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Press release

Vantage. An evocative name for a magnificent bloodline of thoroughbred sports cars. For seven decades the heartbeat of Aston Martin’s purest models, successive generations have built an enviable reputation for thrilling performance and enduring popularity. Today this formidable sporting dynasty is poised to hit new heights with the introduction of the new Vantage.

A spectacular new Aston Martin sports car demands a bold and distinctive design language. Pure, sculptural forms create an athletic, predatory stance, while the minimal front and rear overhangs, muscular flanks and broad haunches express the agility and dynamism inherent within the car. New head and tail lights form dramatic new signatures giving the Vantage unmistakable road presence and contribute to a strong and individual identity within the growing Aston Martin model range.

Aerodynamic performance is central to the Vantage concept: the front splitter directs airflow underneath the car, where a system of fences channels cooling air where it is needed, and also ensures the rear diffuser is fed with clean airflow. The design of the diffuser creates an area of low pressure air, while simultaneously preventing turbulence generated by the rear wheels from disrupting the flow of air exiting centrally from beneath the rear of the car.

Together with the new side gills, which have been integrated into the body surface and bleed air pressure out from the front wheel arches, and the pronounced upswept rear deck lid, the Vantage generates a significant level of downforce - a rarity on any production car and a first for a core production Aston Martin model.

The exciting design story continues inside the Vantage, with a dynamic and focused sports car cockpit that rejects long, fluid curves in favour of sharp, focused lines denoting the more aggressive nature of the car. A high waist interior theme and lower driving position creates a more immersive driving experience, and contributes to significant gains in occupant space and significant improvement in headroom compared with the outgoing Vantage. A combination of rotary and toggle style controls have been used for their unmatched tactile and intuitive functionality. Likewise the PRND transmission buttons have been moved into a triangular formation so as to cluster major controls into clearly defined zones. The interior also offers generous stowage space, with useable room behind the seats and generous double-tier storage areas.

The heart of the Vantage is Aston Martin’s potent new alloy, 4-litre twin-turbo V8 engine. Set low and as far back in the chassis as possible for optimal centre-of-gravity and perfect 50:50 weight distribution, this high performance, high efficiency engine returns a CO2 figure of *245g/km yet develops 503bhp at 6000rpm and 505lb.ft from 2000-5000rpm. With a dry weight of 3373lb this gives the Vantage formidable power-to-weight and torque-to-weight ratios - something vividly demonstrated whenever the throttle is squeezed. Detailed tuning of the induction, exhaust and engine management systems has given the Vantage a truly intoxicating character and soundtrack.

The Vantage deploys its impressive power and torque to the rear wheels via a rear-mounted ZF eight-speed automatic transmission. Capable of accelerating from 0 to 60mph in 3.6 seconds and on to a maximum speed of 195mph, it employs a sophisticated suite of integrated electronic systems to offer maximum control and driver enjoyment. These include Dynamic Stability Control and Dynamic Torque Vectoring. The speed-dependent electric power steering has 2.4 turns lock-to-lock for a perfect combination of quick-wits and precise, intuitive control.

For the first time on an Aston Martin the new Vantage also features an Electronic Rear Differential (E-Diff). This differential is linked to the car’s electronic stability control system, so it can understand the car’s behavior, and react accordingly to direct the engine’s power to the relevant wheel. Unlike a conventional LSD, it can go from fully open to 100% locked in a matter of milliseconds. At higher speeds, the Electronic Differential’s speed and sensitivity of response enables the system to take very fine control of the car’s dynamic behaviour. It makes the car feel much more composed both in terms of its straight-line stability and its cornering performance, providing the driver with increased levels of confidence to explore and enjoy the car’s capabilities to the full.

The chassis is an evolution of the latest generation bonded aluminium structure first seen on the DB11, though some 70 per cent of the structure’s components are new for Vantage. Balance, strength, rigidity and weight efficiency were all priorities in the new Vantage design, as was handling purity and consistency. Highlights of the chassis include a solidly mounted rear subframe for an enhanced feeling of direct connection for the driver, new Pirelli P Zero tyres developed specifically for new Vantage and the latest generation Adaptive Damping System which incorporates Skyhook technology and offers the choice of Sport, Sport Plus and Track modes.

Thanks to full integration of engine, transmission, E-Diff, Dynamic Torque Vectoring, Dynamic Stability Control, Adaptive Damping and the electric power steering systems, each mode optimises every area of the car as one. With each step the Vantage gains in agility and responsiveness, its character becoming progressively sharper, more vocal and more exciting. This is the essence of the Vantage driving experience - a car that’s never less than connected and engaging with the breadth of capability to revel in challenging roads and bare its teeth on track.

The Vantage features a high level of standard equipment, including keyless start/stop, tyre pressure monitoring system and Parking Distance Display, Park Assist and front and rear parking sensors. The In-Car Entertainment system - controlled and viewed via a centrally mounted 8” LCD screen - comprises of the Aston Martin Audio System, Bluetooth® audio and phone streaming, iPod®, iPhone® and USB playback. There is also an integrated satellite navigation system and wi-fi hub.

Being an Aston Martin, the new Vantage also features a high level of craftsmanship, evidenced by flawless paintwork, luxurious Alcantara® and leather upholstery and a fabulous level of finish using tactile natural materials of the highest quality. There is also extensive scope for personalisation via a generous choice of options. These include forged alloy wheels in a variety of finishes, Sports Plus Collection (comprising Sports Plus seats and Sports steering wheel), carbon fibre interior and exterior detailing and a Premium Audio System.

Aston Martin President Chief Executive Officer, Dr Andy Palmer said: “It speaks volumes for the outgoing Vantage that it is the single most successful model in Aston Martin’s history. Creating a worthy successor has been a challenge to relish and a huge source of motivation. I’m enormously excited by what we’ve created: a new Vantage that’s more explicit in looks and intent, wrapping heart-pounding performance and dazzling dynamics into an everyday usable package. A true sports car with a sharper look and a keener dynamic edge, the new Vantage is the Aston Martin pure driving machine enthusiasts have been waiting for.”

The new Vantage is on sale now with a recommended retail price from $149,995 in the USA. Deliveries are scheduled to begin during the second quarter of 2018.

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