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Vanquish-Ultimate Grand Tourer
2013 marked a century of Aston Martin. A century of producing the most beautiful and desirable cars in the world. We knew our centenary demanded something special. Our mission was to produce the greatest Aston Martin in history, a new flagship to lead us into our second century. With the most advanced engineering, the most beautiful design and the finest materials, we created the ultimate Aston Martin. We created Vanquish.
One goal: produce the greatest Aston Martin in history. With a proud lineage, including some of the most beautiful cars ever created, it was a task few would have attempted.
A Fusion of Design & Engineering
World-leading design. A century of engineering excellence. The New Vanquish is the embodiment of Aston Martin in the 21st century. Take the stunning new rear Aero Duct. Elegantly designed, yet a crucial engineering asset. This subtle feature counteracts lift at high speed but also ensures the lithe shape of Vanquish continues through the rear of the car. A triumph of both design and technical ability.
Vanquish isn’t just constructed from carbon-fibre, it’s also styled with it. A continuous ring of exposed 2×2 twill weave sees the splitter, light-catching side skirts and rear diffuser blend together to plant the car visually. We don’t stop there. We also measure and position the material exactly so the subtle weave flows precisely to accentuate the car’s elegance. With an optional exposed carbon-fibre roof, door handles and wing mirrors and exquisite interior carbon-fibre elements, Vanquish is cloaked in a suit of carbon.
Unique Engine Technology
The 2015 Vanquish is equipped with the AM29 V12 engine – the most powerful GT production engine in Aston Martin history. 568 bhp of power. 201 mph top speed. 0-60mph in just 3.6 secs. Vanquish has the greatest performance numbers ever reached in an Aston Martin, it’s not a Grand Tourer, it’s a Super Grand Tourer.
Impressive figures are backed by an advanced development story. Produced at our bespoke engine facility in Cologne, our engineers worked tirelessly to create an engine which mated seamlessly to the character and performance our development team requested. The process delivered clear technical advances. The debut of dual variable valve timing. Enlarged throttle bodies. Fully machined combustion chambers. A ‘big wing’ intake manifold.
The Ultimate Interior
Aston Martin’s craftsmanship skills with leather are renowned. Each Vanquish is trimmed to exacting standards.
The embossed Strathmore leather comes as standard and gives absolute consistency.Upgrade to either Caithness, for a luxury ambience, or Balmoral, to experience semi-aniline leather of the highest quality. Hand-selected from the top 10-percent of raw hide then milled and framed by hand for an incredibly smooth feel, the Balmoral finish is unparallelled.
|Max power||424 kW (568 bhp / 576 PS) at 6650 rpm|
|Fuel tank capacity||20.6 gal.|
|Engine||6.o L V12|
|Drivetrain||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Fuel Type||Premium unleaded|
|Maximum torque||630 Nm (465 lb ft) at 5500 rpm|
|Max speed||201 mph (324 km/h)|
|Length||4692 mm (184.7”)|
|Width||1912 mm (75.2”)|
|Height||1294 mm (50.9”)|
|Wheelbase||2740 mm (107.9”)|
|Curb weight||3,999 lbs.|
|Engine bore x stroke||3.5″ x 3.1″|
|Compression ratio||11.00 to 1|
|Etimated MPG||13 City / 21 HWY|
Aston Martin of Greenwich
273 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Monday - Friday:
9:00AM - 6:00PM
9:00AM - 4:00PM
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