2022 Aston Martin V-12 Vantage Will Mark The End Of An Era
Only a V-12 could do for the Final Edition Vantage and the sound it produces is pure symphony
So it's official, Aston is bringing back the V12 Vantage for 2022. The British marque has released a teaser clip on social media, where you can hear the 12 cyinders cry
Now the original V12 Vantage is no by no means a halo car as close to 1199 examples were made in total
It borrowed its engine from the DB9
The V-12 Vantage featured a 6.0 liter naturally aspirated V-12 engine spanned several variants over the years with well over 500 horsepower
However, that came to an end when Aston discontinued the V12 Vantage, when they introduced its successor in 2017
So you could no longer get the V12 as the new Vantage featured a 4.0 L AMG sourced unit
So if you wanted the full beans Aston experience, you had to either get the DB11
Or the DBS. Well, that changes now as V12 will finally make a comeback to the Vantage
Although it won't be the 6.0 l naturally aspirated unit, instead it will most likely feature the 5.2 Ltwin-turbo V-12.
Regardless, a V-12 is a V12 and there's nothing quite like 12 cylinders is there
The clip reveals no other details, apart from the new logo and a line that reads ' Never Leave Quietly'. Now that we can confirm that a V12 is on the way, they might as well throw in a manual gearbox to offer a more pure driving experience
Aston offers the current Vantage in both Coupe and Roadster or Volante body styles. The also say that this will indeed be the Final Edition Vantage, which not only means the end of the line for the V12, but also for the Vantage itself
That should definitely get the collectors scrambling for this model, as it represents a swan song and marks the end of an era for the glorious V12, with the first all-electric Aston slated for 2025. Swipe Up To read More.
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