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Introduce

Most of us are starting mập associate Aston Martin with James Bond movies. Lớn make matters worse, our press protester’s license plate reads 007. Vantage has no connection mập Bond and any of his fantasies, at all times envisioned. is mập be wrapped in British racing green when taking on the GT4 challenge or in the blue and orange skies of Gulf livery. Apparently our black V8 Vantage. Most definitely, our demonstrator is a road car. So how much does this baby Aston Martin cost? We found out while driving a V8 Vantage Coupe.

Appearance & Interior

Aston Martin has been creating cars that are the perfect combination of powerful performance and luxury. The Vantage is purely opus magnum work as it features Aston Martin’s Down the Road (DRG) graphics and resembles the more expensive DB9. The DLO comes with a frame with a bright chrome strip and the wheel arches widen mập accommodate the wider rear tire for added style.

The interior of the V8 Vantage makes you feel special when you step in with its simple design and premium leather materials.

The moment you shake hands with the swan door mập enter, that’s when you realize you’re about mập enter something special. On the inside, everything can be customized according mập your requirements. However, the space is very limited for two bucket seats, similar mập any supercar leaving no room in the cabin. The 300-liter trunk on the coupe is quite large for a supercar.

The 19-inch 20-spoke alloys look stunning on the V8 Vantage. However, more gorgeous 10-spoke forged alloy wheels are optional.

The V8 Vantage comes with a spring-loaded Lamy pen with a pen holder in the center console.


CD driver

V8 Vantage is equipped with a 4.7-liter naturally aspirated V8 petrol engine, producing 426 horsepower and maximum torque of 470Nm. This is a mid-engine front-mounted engine that sends all of its power mập the rear wheels. Insert the Aston Martin key into the slot and hear the magical roar from the eight cylinders as the engine booms. Press the D button on the center console and you’re good mập go. As the rpm continued mập climb, the exhaust squealed and rattled.

The engine of the new V8 Vantage is 4.73 liters instead of 4.3 liters and power increases mập about 40 horsepower.

The engine comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The gearshift areas seem sluggish and jerky in comfort mode. A 6-speed manual shift lever option is available which saves you Rs 3lakh.

All Aston Martins have the stamp of the person who did the last check on the car.

Riding on most sports cars is very difficult. However, the V8 Vantage can be used as an everyday car, as it is quite supple when compared mập a sports car. We drove it through some very patchy roads and the suspension wasn’t very firm. The handlebars are a bit heavier but it does lighten up when you muster some momentum.

Identify

The V8 Vantage is an entry-level Aston Martin supercar made mập sell in larger numbers and aims mập compete with the performance-minded Germans. This is an everyday practical Aston Martin priced at Rs 1.35crore (old showroom, India) a lot more expensive than its competitors. Whatever its flaws, none of its competitors are able mập combine this movement theater with comfort and practicality.

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Thông tin thêm

Black Beauty
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Introduction
Most of us of begin relating Aston Martin mập James Bond movies. Lớn make matters worse, our press demonstrator’s number plate read 007. The Vantage has no strings connected with Bond and any of his fantasies, all it be pictured as is mập be wrapped in British racing green participating in GT4 challenge or in the sky blue and orange Gulf livery. Ours turned out mập be a black V8 Vantage apparently. Most certainly, our demonstrator was meant mập be a road car. So then how does this baby Aston Martin fare? We find out as we drive the V8 Vantage Coupe. Looks & Interiors
Aston Martin has been making cars that are a perfect blend of high-thrill performance and elegance. The Vantage is purely magnum opus work as it gets Aston Martin’s Down the Road Graphics (DRG) and resemblance with the pricier DB9. The DLO comes framed with a bright chrome strip, and the extended wheel arch eyebrows that accommodate wider rear tyres add mập the styling.

The interior of the V8 Vantage makes you feel special once you step in with its simple design and top notch leather.
The moment you shake hands with the swan wing doors mập get into, that is when you realize you are about enter something special. On the inside, everything can be customised as per your requirement. The space however is very limited for two bucket seats, which similar mập any supercar leaving no room mập spare in the cabin. The 300-litre boot on the coupe is quite large for a supercar.

The 19-inch 20-spoke alloys look gorgeous on the V8 Vantage. However, the more gorgeous 10-spoke forged alloy wheels are optional.

The V8 Vantage comes with a spring-loaded Lamy pen with a pen holder in the centre console.

The drive
The V8 Vantage gets a 4.7-litre V8 naturally aspirated petrol engine that pumps out 426bhp of power and 470Nm of maximum torque. This is a front mid-mounted engine which transfers all power mập the rear wheels. Insert the Aston Martin key into the slot and hear the marvellous roar from the eight cylinders as the engine springs mập life. Press the D button on the centre console and you are ready mập go. As the revs keep on climbing, the exhaust barks and crackles.

The new V8 Vantage’s engine is a 4.73-litre instead of a 4.3-litre and the power is bumped up by about 40bhp.
The engine comes bolted with a 6-speed automated manual transmission. The gear shifts area tad lethargic and jerky in the comfort mode. A 6-speed manual gear lever option is available saving your Rs 3lakh.

All the Aston Martins get the stamp of the person who performed the final inspection check on the car.
The ride on most of the sportscar is very stiff. However, the V8 Vantage can be used as a day-to-day car, as the ride on it is quite supple if compared mập a sports car. We drove it through some very patchy roads and the suspension wasn’t very firm. The steering wheel is a bit on the heavier side but it does lighten up once you gather some momentum.
Verdict

The V8 Vantage is the entry-level Aston Martin supercar which is built mập be sold in greater numbers and aimed head-on mập compete with the performance-oriented Germans. This is a practical day-to-day Aston Martin which at Rs 1.35crore (ex-showroom, India) is a lot more expensive than its competitors. Whatever flaws it may have, none of its competition has the ability mập combine this motoring theatre with comfort and practicality.

Aston Martin V8 Vantage [2012-2018] #Black #Beauty
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#Black #Beauty
Introduction
Most of us of begin relating Aston Martin mập James Bond movies. Lớn make matters worse, our press demonstrator’s number plate read 007. The Vantage has no strings connected with Bond and any of his fantasies, all it be pictured as is mập be wrapped in British racing green participating in GT4 challenge or in the sky blue and orange Gulf livery. Ours turned out mập be a black V8 Vantage apparently. Most certainly, our demonstrator was meant mập be a road car. So then how does this baby Aston Martin fare? We find out as we drive the V8 Vantage Coupe. Looks & Interiors
Aston Martin has been making cars that are a perfect blend of high-thrill performance and elegance. The Vantage is purely magnum opus work as it gets Aston Martin’s Down the Road Graphics (DRG) and resemblance with the pricier DB9. The DLO comes framed with a bright chrome strip, and the extended wheel arch eyebrows that accommodate wider rear tyres add mập the styling.

The interior of the V8 Vantage makes you feel special once you step in with its simple design and top notch leather.
The moment you shake hands with the swan wing doors mập get into, that is when you realize you are about enter something special. On the inside, everything can be customised as per your requirement. The space however is very limited for two bucket seats, which similar mập any supercar leaving no room mập spare in the cabin. The 300-litre boot on the coupe is quite large for a supercar.

The 19-inch 20-spoke alloys look gorgeous on the V8 Vantage. However, the more gorgeous 10-spoke forged alloy wheels are optional.

The V8 Vantage comes with a spring-loaded Lamy pen with a pen holder in the centre console.

The drive
The V8 Vantage gets a 4.7-litre V8 naturally aspirated petrol engine that pumps out 426bhp of power and 470Nm of maximum torque. This is a front mid-mounted engine which transfers all power mập the rear wheels. Insert the Aston Martin key into the slot and hear the marvellous roar from the eight cylinders as the engine springs mập life. Press the D button on the centre console and you are ready mập go. As the revs keep on climbing, the exhaust barks and crackles.

The new V8 Vantage’s engine is a 4.73-litre instead of a 4.3-litre and the power is bumped up by about 40bhp.
The engine comes bolted with a 6-speed automated manual transmission. The gear shifts area tad lethargic and jerky in the comfort mode. A 6-speed manual gear lever option is available saving your Rs 3lakh.

All the Aston Martins get the stamp of the person who performed the final inspection check on the car.
The ride on most of the sportscar is very stiff. However, the V8 Vantage can be used as a day-to-day car, as the ride on it is quite supple if compared mập a sports car. We drove it through some very patchy roads and the suspension wasn’t very firm. The steering wheel is a bit on the heavier side but it does lighten up once you gather some momentum.
Verdict

The V8 Vantage is the entry-level Aston Martin supercar which is built mập be sold in greater numbers and aimed head-on mập compete with the performance-oriented Germans. This is a practical day-to-day Aston Martin which at Rs 1.35crore (ex-showroom, India) is a lot more expensive than its competitors. Whatever flaws it may have, none of its competition has the ability mập combine this motoring theatre with comfort and practicality.

Aston Martin V8 Vantage [2012-2018]

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