Aston Martin V12 Vantage
It's also displaying a new Vantage GT4; both will be homologated next year.
Time is nearly up for the outgoing Aston Martin Vantage coupe and convertible now that the new model has been released, but thanks to one fan of the car, it's going out in style. The company has created a special version of the Aston Martin V12 Vantage called the V600 at the request of a customer, and it will build just 14 of them, seven in each body style.
But you won't be able to get it here.
No crazy turbo V6 under the hood, but it's not the worst special edition out there.
For the 2017 model year, Aston will produce the V12 Vantage S with a seven-speed manual transmission.
You can lease an Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Coupe in the US for $1,900 thanks to a new deal the British brand has with Ally Financial. That's hardly cheap, but we have a way to possibly offset the cost.
The Aston Martin On Ice program allows owners to take their hot cars out in the cold for some slippery fun. If you like pictures of Astons hanging their tails out, this gallery is for you.
Aston Martin hasn't forgotten how to do things old-school, as evidenced by the new Vantage GT3 that packs its most powerful engine yet into its smallest model - revealed here at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
Aston Martin's new Vantage GT3 picks up where the V12 Vantage S left off, trimming the fat, optimizing the engine and making the whole thing more hard-core than any road-going Aston that's come before.
The Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Roadster wouldn't be our first choice for driving in a wintery climate, but that hasn't stopped Xcar from doing just that for its latest video.
Spied undergoing testing at the Nürburgring just a few months ago, Aston Martin has now confirmed via teaser video that a road-going Vantage GT3 is in the works, and is coming to the Geneva Motor Show in March.
Aston Martin recalls just about every two-door it's sold in the US since July 2006 because of a switch that may not turn off the seat heater.
Aston Martin is on the verge of a renaissance that stands to be the biggest shift for the British automaker since it went independent in 2007 – if not since Ford took it over in the early 1990s. It's got a new chief executive, a Noah Joseph
There are any number of factors that are making it increasingly difficult for a small-scale, independent automaker like Aston Martin to stay competitive in today's automotive marketplace, from purchasing power to R&D capacity. But the latest factor endangering Aston's viability on the marketplace seems to be coming down to tighter government safety standards.
Even surrounded by glamorous people and a plethora of extremely exotic vehicles on the lawn of the Quail, the Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Roadster sticks out as something just a little bit more special. Under the Monterey sun all of the carbon fiber on the hood and in the air dam pops out from the shining ruby red paint. The aggressive looks are deserved though, because the latest roadster might be one of the most imp
Want an Aston Martin unlike any other on the road? You'll need to look to Q, and no, we're not talking about the inimitable Desmond Llewelyn. No, we're referring to Aston's in-house customization shop, a one-stop destination that can set your Vantage or Vanquish even further apart from every other vehicle on the road.
You have to hand it to Aston Martin. Its entry-level V8 Vantage may be nearly a decade old, but the British automaker never tires of rolling out ever more powerful versions. Where the original packed a 4.3-liter V8 derived from a Jaguar design and producing 380 horsepower, this latest version packs 565 hp to become the company's quick
The Aston Martin V12 Vantage S is a monster of a sports coupe. At the front, those color-matched fangs and open mouth look like Dracula ready to take a bite. And underneath the hood, the 6.0-liter V12 sounds like the Wolf Man growling whenever the driver gets on the throttle. In a recent video, XCAR got its hands on this wonderful behemoth and showed its brilliant brutality.