New Aston Martin Vantage Introduced

New Aston Martin Vantage Introduced

Aston Martin Vantage, which has a special place among legendary automobiles, has been renewed for 2024.

Aston Martin has been producing the legendary Vantage model for 74 years. The current generation of the two-door GT vehicle has been on the production line since 2018.

However, after six years on the market, this iconic vehicle has undergone an extensive facelift and has undergone major changes.

Chief among these important updates is the massive power increase in the Vantage's Mercedes-AMG-derived V8 engine.

Although the engine capacity still remains at 4.0 liters, the revised eight-cylinder engine with twin turbos and 665 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque makes the standard Vantage as fast as the V12 Vantage as before.

Thanks to the renewed engine, the vehicle accelerated from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.5 seconds, and its maximum speed was announced as 325 km/h.

According to Aston Martin's statement, significant changes have been made to the Vantage's infrastructure.

By changing the position of the front link arms, the company used lighter and stronger linkages, making the vehicle feel more controlled and durable.

In addition to improving the adaptive suspension system signed by Bilstein, a number of minor changes were made that increased the rigidity of the chassis.

According to the British manufacturer's claim, it is impossible not to notice the difference between the old model and the new model within a few minutes of getting behind the wheel.

Vantage, which has a wider body, more power and a more robust infrastructure, will meet customers in the second quarter of the year. The price of the car has not been announced yet.

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