Aston Martin is going to pull the plug on multiple models and mingle them to form a single special edition variant.
The models including the V8 Vantage, the Vantage GT and the Vantage S are merged to form the new limited V8 Vantage GTS.
The pricing of the car has been made official. It will set you back by $137,820. Aston Martin confirmed that they will be building only 100 units so as to keep it limited. The latest version of the Vantage GTS is equipped with a 4.7-liter V8 engine. The powertrain is capable of producing 430 horsepower combined with 361 lb feet of torque.
Buyers have the option to go for a six speed manual transmission system or they can choose to upgrade the car to an automated seven speed manual gearbox. The special edition car will be available as a coupe and a roadster. With multiple choices, Aston Martin aims to cater to audiences with different perspectives and requirements. However, the Roadster version is going to be more expensive. The pricing of the particular model is pegged at $152, 320.
The 2017 Aston Martin V8 Vantage GTS is offered in two different configurations named the Lux and the Sport. The names are self-explanatory as the Sport version is bundled with an exclusive sporty suspension system, carbon fiber exteriors, Alcantara leather interior trims and a complete audio system with surround sound speaker setup. Lux is more of an exquisite version which adds a comfort suspension for smooth ride, black front fascia and has brightly designed interiors.
Aston Martin’s V12 Vantage S features a seven speed manual transmission gearbox. The brand has also introduced an elite row your own version which comes with a hefty price tag of $202,820. The version is equipped with a wide range of features and add-ons including heated seats, premium quality audio system and a satellite navigation system. It supports Apple Car Play connectivity which is now commonly found in all modern cars.
The DB9 GT, another popular model from Aston Martin is finally being retired and will be replaced by the DB11. The car is priced at $214,820. Other existing models from the brand including the Vanquish and the Rapide S will continue be available in the stores without any major changes. Their features remain same and so does the pricing making it readily affordable for long time Aston Martin fans. The Vanquish is the most expensive of them all as it crosses the $300k barrier.