If we have the opportunity to build our own 2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage, we start with a little more modest than the Essence Test Lime Green Color Exterior car. The flashy painting job is fun for a few days, but we would prefer an elegant Frost White for a daily driver.
Exterior and Interior
2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage is based on the new Aston architecture, using a combination of aluminum panels and extrusions, and shares some of its nonvisible parts of DB11, although Aston claims that 70% of the structure is specific to this model. The suspension is similar, with control arms at each corner and a three stage adaptive damping system. The transaxle mounted at the rear is connected to the engine by a torsion tube. Although the proportions have changed little, the new 2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage is a few centimeters wider and wider than the previous model, and the design has evolved considerably under the direction of Chief Designer Aston Miles Nurnberger. Small headlights are pushed further and a shell shaped hood has a large amount of energy, but no aeration. The grill has the familiar shape of Aston, with its integrated environment in the large front divider. At the rear, there are narrow LED light units connected by a central light bar, as well as a complex rear diffuser. As with the DB11, Aston engineers are proud to be able to build a car that can provide aerodynamic stability at high speeds without the need for active wings. The interior dimensions are adjusted and the 2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage remains a strict two seater. A total length of 175.8 inches makes it 10.8 inches shorter than the DB11 and about an inch less than a Porsche 911.
The cabin has been updated much more than the previous car, which lacked features and connectivity in recent years. Aston’s move to Mercedes Benz’s electronic architecture has resulted in a significant increase in equipment and a much more intuitive user interface. Many were directly from Mercedes and arrived without disguise. Like the DB11, the 2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage has the same combined signal brush and turn you will find in all Mercedes, while the touch screen and the rotary knob located on the center console and used in the infotainment system are family. However, it is definitely an Aston, with a comfortable sitting position, a high waist line and a well finished and heavy finish in leather and carbon fiber. The 2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage also has the same group of digital instruments as the DB11.
2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage communicates from the outset what a company means. Aston has abandoned its traditional grill to gain weight and instead of a matte black mouth that sends air to the engine and cools the brakes while the front splitter applies force. The air continues to flow through the flat bottom, is channeled through the vents and attracts the extremely aggressive rear diffuser. All of this works to lower the car on the road surface and increase stability when maneuvering at high speed. Under the hood, a 2.0 liter twin turbo V8 engine with Mercedes Benz AMG that accelerates 503 horsepower and, more importantly, a pair of 505 lb-ft. Between 2000 and 5000 rpm, the driver always seems to have enough torque. All this power is focused on an automatic eight speed transmission provided by ZF. We find the same Aston Martin DB1 gearbox in the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio and BMW 5 Series These cars are designed to punish each brand and choose ZF for its proven applications of durability performance. Outside the door, the bursting of the four way exhaust pipes becomes a roar with strong pressure on the gases. Aston Martin says the entire pair can send the 2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds (and we are ready to believe it). The 2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage that emerges from the pit lane of the Algarve International Circuit in Portimão, Portugal, unfolds like a jet fighter from an aircraft carrier. Quick to offer their immense power, the 2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage is robust but incredibly light. At 3.744 pounds, the 2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage is heavier than the 911 Turbo (3.671 lbs) and the Audi R8 V10 (3.615 lbs), but would be forgiven if it was lighter than its competitors because of its maneuverability.
Price and Release Date
2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage offers potential buyers big savings Aston Martin DB11, with a base price of $ 153,081 for the DB11 V-8 for just under $ 50,000, more than enough to buy cars as well. Of course, there will be many ways to inflate this number. Factory options include a set of technologies that adds blind spot monitoring, active parking, power steering adjustment and glass switches. A comfort package will provide seat cushions and 16 position heated seats. Then, there are almost unlimited painting and cutting options available on special order. Deliveries from 2019 Aston Martin V12 Vantage’s new customers will begin next spring.