The design language of Vantage is basically derived from the Vulcan and DB11 but sports new front and rear subframes. The glossy black signature grille blends beautifully to the bumper while the sleek LED headlamps. Built on the brand’s next generation platform with bonded aluminium underframe, the new Aston Martin Vantage claims to be the first vehicle to receive an electronic rear differential.
Interiors get multifunctional steering wheel and upholstery that matches the sports theme associated with the model. The centre console holds the control for suspension, engine and traction functions while an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system adds more grandeur to the cabin with tons of other features.
Aston Martin Vantage coupe is equipped with a 4L twin turbo V8 engine derived from the Merc AMG GT-R that produces 503bhp and 695Nm of torque, being paired to an 8-speed transmission sourced from ZF with paddle shifters.