On Tuesday morning, the second vehicle in Aston Martin’s new “Second Century” plan was revealed to the world.
The new Vantage sports car is a modern replacement for the company’s best-selling model of all time. Powered by a 503hp 4.0L twin-turbo V8, it’s a lighter, more-focused vehicle than the related DB11, which first saw daylight in 2016.
The Vantage is the company’s entry-level car—although this is Aston Martin we’re talking about, so “entry-level” means $150,000.
It’ll be some time before we get to drive the new Vantage.
But just based on these photographs, plus my experience of the new DB11—by a quirk of fate, you’ll be able to read about that vehicle tomorrow—the Vantage will almost certainly justify that price tag.
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