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Aston Martin Vantage summary

This series of hand-built grand tourers from Aston Martin is known as the Vantage in the United States. Previously, the company used the "Vantage" brand for high-performance derivatives of their current GT vehicles, such as the Virage-based car of the 1990s. In contrast, Aston Martin's current automobile is the lightest and most nimble in the company's series. Thus, the Vantage is a more targeted vehicle aimed at attracting consumers of cars like the Porsche 911 and other high-end sports and GT cars.

The new generation Vantage was launched in 2018 after a 12-year run with the previous model. While the modern Vantage shares its architecture with the DB11, it employs a Mercedes-AMG twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine. Despite the Vantage's taught and angular body shape, the 0-60 mph pace of 3.6 seconds, and 195-mph top speed are undisputed.

The new Vantage is the first Aston Martin vehicle to employ an electronically controlled differential with torque vectoring, which further enhances performance. As the "entry-level" Aston Martin, it has an astounding amount of power in such a small package.

The Vantage for India is powered by a 1.5-liter diesel with 110 horsepower and a 1.5-liter gasoline engine. The powerful engine uses a seven-speed manual transmission or an eight speed automatic transmission. Aston Martin is one of the last premium carmakers who are continuing the tradition of manual transmissions.

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The Aston Martin Vantage is priced at Rs 2.95 crore (ex-Showroom), for the 2018 model. Developed by British luxury automobile manufacturer Aston Martin, the Vantage is a two-seater sports car that has been in production for the past 12 years. It was first unveiled on November 21, 2017, with deliveries beginning in June 2018.

Similar to the DB11, the Vantage is powered and equipped with Mercedes-Benz systems. Powered by the Mercedes-M177 AMGs engine, the Vantage is part of the Mercedes's COMAND system. The 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 engine generates an output of 510 PS (375 kW) and 505 lb-ft of torque. A top speed of 314 km/h (200 mph) is possible with the Vantage's acceleration from 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in 3.6 seconds (195 mph).

When it comes to performance automobiles, the Aston Martin falls in the middle ground, between the Bentley Continental GT and the Jaguar F-Type SVR. It was launched to give a stiff competition to the Porsche 911 Carrera S and Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Coupe.

Seventy percent of the Vantage's components are made specifically for it, according to the company's next-generation platform. The new Vantage weights only 1,530 kg, owing this feature specifically to its 'Bonded Aluminium' undercarriage. Aston Martin's Vantage is also the first of the company's cars to include an electronic differential. Moreover, the car is available in 10 different colours, such as; Arden Green, Cinnabar Orange, Divine Red, Intense Blue, Kopi Bronze, Lime Essence, Lunar White, Magnetic Silver, Midnight Blue, and Hammerhead Silver.

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Nearly everything you want in a lavish sports car is on offer with the Vantage, including its stunning appearance, the sound of a beastly exhaust, and an engaging driving experience.

With a magnificently rising rear spoiler and superbly detailed lighting, it looks stunning from the rear. The shark-nosed front, although plain, is ideal in terms of proportion.

The Vantage and the DB11 have a lot in common under the hood. This includes the fantastic, Mercedes-sourced 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8; Aston has adjusted and calibrated it for the optimum power characteristics.

When you switch between Sport+ and Track modes, the engine, transmission, steering, and damping all become more responsive, giving the car a more aggressive, quicker, and louder character. Regardless of your preference, this is a car that can handle itself.

Most of the time, the Vantage is honest about its limitations, but in Track mode, it becomes stifled to the point where it struggles to put power to the road.

A special place is reserved for the gear shifter and the clutch pedal on the Vantage model. However, the Vantage AMR showed a tendency toward careless missed shifts.

In spite of the Aston-tuned AMG V-8's incredible sound, the Porsche 911 is much better on the road at nearly the same price point.

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Starting with the design, let's begin with a magnificently rising rear spoiler and superbly detailed lighting. As opposed to the DB11, which has a more graceful stance, the Vantage has a mean and muscular appearance, as well as some deft aerodynamics.

The Vantage and the DB11 have a lot in common under the hood. This includes the fantastic, Mercedes-sourced 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8; Aston has adjusted and calibrated it for the optimum power characteristics. Also, the noise level is lower than in an AMG.

There are 503bhp and 685 Nm of torque in the vantage. While only an automatic and a seven-speed manual transmission are available at the moment, a manual version of the Vantage is on the way. The torque converter auto's final drive ratio is somewhat shorter in the Vantage than in the DB11.

After opening the door, you're urged to snuggle into the low-set sports seat and get cocooned in an interior that addresses many of the quality criticisms we had about early DB11s. The interior of the Vantage is more like going into a library, than a super-cool hi-tech kitchen, yet it's no less interesting or intriguing.

It's a joy to drive the car because of its responsiveness and confidence-inspiring handling. If you're used to a more direct and weighted steering wheel in a Porsche, you won't mind that this one isn't as precise. Additionally, the high-grip Pirelli P Zero tyres allow you to take advantage of the car's exceptional agility and fluidity as you navigate from bend to bend.

Overall, the Aston Martin Vantage is a fantastic car and you won’t regret purchasing it.

Aston Martin Vantage key specification

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Body Type Coupe

Fuel Type Petrol

ARAI Mileage 10.8 kmpl

Seating Capacity 2

TransmissionType Automatic

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