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VANTAGE V12 COUPE | The Ultimate Expression of Performance
This bespoke recalibration of the V12 5.2L twin turbo engine is the ultimate expression of extreme performance. The fastest and fiercest Vantage ever made.
DRIVER FOCUSED ENGINEERING
V12 Vantage is more than just power, speed and a thrilling soundtrack. We’ve widened the track and stiffened the suspension with new adaptive damping and bracing, lighter weight and a full suite of enhanced aero features that even the wind can’t resist.
With 700PS, this 5.2-litre V12 twin turbo engine makes the new V12 Vantage the most powerful Vantage ever. Delivering 0-62 mph in just 3.5 sec and a top speed of 200 mph, it marks the spectacular finale for an iconic bloodline with unmatched performance and dynamics.
GOING OUT IN STYLE
When it came to designing the final edition, we really wanted to celebrate that sense of raw, explosive performance with something extreme and unapologetic. A fitting farewell to a truly iconic line of Aston Martin sportscars.
V12 Vantage is shaped to leave an indelible impression. Its intoxicating silhouette surpasses mere beauty because this is what power looks like. Pure, raw, honed and brutally, unapologetically, dressed for its finale.
If you love it from the outside, wait until you ease yourself into the luxury of the cockpit. Clear dials, intuitively placed controls and superb all-round visibility mean you can focus on what matters most: the sheer unadulterated thrill of driving a V12 Vantage.
|Engine||5.2l bi-turbo, V12|
|Body style||Two-door body style 2+0 seating|
|Fuel Type||Premium unleaded|
|Feature||21″ Wheel – Satin Black|
|Transmission||ZF eight-speed automatic|
|Carbon fibre||clamshell bonnet with integrated horseshoe vent|
|Exhaust||Fully catalysed stainless steel exhaust system with cross pipes|
|Headlights||LED high and low beam headlamps|
|Length||4,514 mm / 177.7″|
|Width||2,182 mm / 85.9″|
Aston Martin of Greenwich
273 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
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