2019 Aston Martin Vantage Engine Specs & Review
2019 Aston Martin Vantage. The Vantage will get the new V-12 that debuted at DB11. We must learn more at the end of the year, so stay tuned for new information. At the same time, let’s take a look at what we already know about Aston Martin Vantage. In 2015 James Bond’s ghost film, Daniel Craig gave killer performance and Sam Smith theme film, “Writing on the Wall”, was thrillingly beautiful, but the film was unlikely In one of the main respect: there was not enough screen time to astound Aston Martin DB10. The British manufacturer built 10 examples of a detailed coupe for the film, and the only car sold for auction for $3.5 million. Fortunately for those of us who did not get our fix completely, the latest spy shots from the next replacement to display 2019 Aston Martin Vantage more than a bit of DB10 effect.
The prototype was spotted on public roads and “Green Hell” in 2017 to a large extent DB11, but those familiar design cues covered a range of unique details. The wheelbase was slightly shorter than the DB11, which proposed the configuration of 2,999 specific seats instead of DB11 2+. The latest automotive test acquired various changes on the outside, but we have yet to see the prototype with the final design as of August 2018. However, Just enough to put together a render. Not surprisingly, they borrow heavily from DB11. This is because the major torrer has introduced a completely new design language that will retract in all upcoming Aston Martin models. But although the new 2019 Aston Martin Vantage will be built on a shorter version of the new aluminum platform DB11,
We expect it to be slightly longer and wider than the previous model. It should also have a more vigorous athletic stance. This is fairly obvious in spy shots, but this rendition highlights those lines, especially the front wheel arches and rear. Of course, just like the DB11, some sport styling will look at the DB10 “Car Bond”. Inside, the new 2019 Aston Martin Vantage is probably borrowing the overall design of the DB11. We expect the Grand Aston Martin Grand Torrer layout with a clean dashboard and a tall center console, but also to look for great upgrades on the previous model. Highlights should include a race-inspired tool kit, all fully digital, a thin-bottomed steering system with a thinner key, a 12-inch TFT screen with rotary control, and a character recognition touchpad over the central stack.
The new information and entertainment system will also include a new satellite navigation system and an audio system with functions such as automatic garden assistance and a 360-degree camera. The driver and front passenger will benefit from more comfortable seats wrapped in finer materials. The leather should be of high quality, alcantara, standard aluminum trim, with carbon fiber available as an option. Stitching variance and tubing will add a detailed touch to the seats, central console, and door panels. As you would expect from a grand luxury torrer, 2019 Aston Martin Vantage must offer almost limitless furnishings combinations from sober to finishes, flashy athlete. The slightly longer wheelbase also means the improved sitting room, while the luggage compartment should be more modern as well.
More big news lies under the hood of the model, which seems to hide the turbo engine. How do we know that? It’s very simple. All you need to do is zoom on the front grid Vantage and you will notice a pair of coolers, the stronger the engine indicator is used for forced. This also means that the 2019 Aston Martin Vantage is very likely to get its engines from the DB11, which uses the V-8 and V-12, Whether turbo. So far, the V-8 version will probably come with the V8 Vantage badge, while the V-12 variant will be called V12 Vantage. I know, you can call me Captain Oppeus. The V-8 comes courtesy of Aston Martin’s current handling of Daimler, which includes not only Amg Source, BitTorbo, the 4.0L. This is the same mill that first appeared in a Mercedes-Amg sports car and found its way into the Mercedes-Amg C63 compact, among many other cars.
At DB11, the V-8 is rated at 503 horsepower and 513 pounds of torque. It remains to be seen whether the output will be the same in 2019 Aston Martin Vantage, but 503 horses will have a significant improvement over the current 430 horsepower. The charging from 0 to 62 mph should take about four seconds, a great improvement on the V Vantage S, which needs 4.8 ticks. Move it to a double turbocharged, 5.2 liter V-12, it crank of 600 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of has evolved. This output drives DB11 to 62 mph in 3.9 seconds, but the Vantage can be a bit more powerful, and as a result of the extra flushing, also faster. We expect the 2019 Aston Martin Vantage to come with a six-speed manual as standard and an eight-speed automatic gearbox as an option. US models are likely to be limited to the automatic gearbox. Expect a maximum speed of at least 200 mph.
Pricing information is still a mystery, but based on how much the current retail model of the second generation 2019 Aston Martin Vantage must bring about $120,000 before the options. The V-12 model is likely to cost around $200,000 before the options. The new coupe is expected to debut by the end of 2018.