The Aston Martin Vantage entered production in 2018. Now joined by the track-focused Vantage AMR with its 7-speed manual transmission, Aston Martin’s most dynamic driving machine continues to provide a unique blend of handling, performance, beauty and grace. Vantage is compact, muscular and innately elegant. The seamless, flowing bodywork gives the car a purposeful stance, culminating in a contemporary reinterpretation of Aston Martin’s iconic grille. Marek Reichman, Executive Vice President and Chief Creative Officer of Aston Martin Lagonda, describes Vantage as the archetypal hunter, a design that is visceral and intense, yet still exuding the sophistication of form and proportion that defines every Aston Martin.

Vantage series

At the heart of Vantage is the acclaimed V8 engine, a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged unit that can propel the car to 62mph in just 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 195mph where conditions allow. With great power comes great responsibility, and Vantage’s ride and handling are engineered to deliver a razor-sharp driving experience, with precise body control, poise and steering feel that highlights its close relationship with the acclaimed Aston Martin Vantage GT4 race car. This two-seater sports car is a devastatingly capable machine on the track, a thrilling performer on the road and a refined and comfortable sporting GT when the occasion demands.

Vantage points: Why the Vantage offers a drive like no other

Vantage is the archetypal hunter, a design that is visceral and intense

Vantage points: Why the Vantage offers a drive like no other

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