Since past 70 years, Aston Martin Vantage has been known as the most dominant names among the British brands model. The vantage model came into existence in 1951 with high-level engine capacity. Some of the most popular models are the William Towns-designed V8 Vantage, twin-supercharged V600 Le Mans and the much-loved V8 Vantage. Now, the company has introduced its brand new Aston Martin Vantage. The newly revealed car looks more stunning than older vantage models.
“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,” Aston Martin stated.
The all 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 detect the car’s functionality, and react accordingly to direct the engine’s power to the relevant wheel. 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 enable the system to take very fine control of the car’s dynamic behavior.
The Vantage features a high level equipment, including keyless start/stop, tyre pressure monitoring system, 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 and an integrated satellite navigation system.
The new Vantage is on sale now with a retail price starting from £120,900 in the UK, €154,000 in Germany and $149,995 in the USA. Deliveries are scheduled to begin during the second quarter of 2018.