Aston Martin Debuts Vantage Sports Car

Vantage Sports Car ReleaseAston Martin recently revealed a new sports car model in London called the Vantage, an upcoming car that will be affordable and modernized compared to other models.

The Vantage by Aston Martin is a compact, V8 sports car with 503 horsepower that is running at the starting price of $150,000.

Details released on the Vantage revealed that the car will reach up to 195 miles per hour and is being designed with incredible aerodynamics in mind. The car will consist of a four-liter twin-turbo V8 engine to create 505 pound-feet of torque and will be able to achieve a speed of 60mph in less than four seconds.

The car has been designed to perform as a sports car with an engine that sits relatively low in order to improve the car’s center of gravity and weight distribution. The low engine should also help to improve stability and cornering. The Vantage will also have a built-in power steering system that will self-adjust based on the car’s speed.

People that purchase a Vantage will be able to choose from a variety of wheel finishes, choose specific interior and exterior detailing, and select from a variety of upholstery options providing buyers with plenty of customizable options for a price.

The overall appearance of the car is much different compared to previous Aston Martin models, with smoother curves, large side vents, and an overall muscular appearance that is representative of the true power the car holds. The car also has unique headlights and taillights that are representative of Aston Martin’s models distinctive appearance.

The Vantage is relatively affordable in price compared to other Aston Martin models, being referred to as an “entry-level” model because the starting price falls at about $150,000. However, the car won’t be available in the United States until early 2018.

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