2020 Aston Martin Vantage. A new Vantage car was a very predictable car, which was spotted camouflaged test on the tracks and in teaser pictures of Aston Martin. One of the most discussed features of the latest Vantage was the direction to be taken in. Undoubtedly Aston is, but the car is showing some new design language that can be indicative of future models. It features a sporty and athletic design with muscular curves throughout the body, a clear bonnet and a sharp grille. Elements of the DB10 look to have been woven into a new design including a wide narrow front and full length grille.
It is a bold design and a new direction for Aston which can split fans. According to the automotive industry, the central aerodynamic performance of the design concept was Vantage. The front splitter directs the air flow under the vehicle, where the system fences the ducts where the air cooler is needed, the rear diffuser is also guaranteed with a clean air flow. The 2020 Aston Martin Vantage has officially been officially unveiled before the 2019 release. It has the same 4.0-liter V8 used in DB11 and will go from 0-62 mph in only 3.6 seconds.
A huge grille dominates the 2020 Aston Martin Vantage, and the grille reminds us of a Vulcan million pounds. The headlights are simply styled and are much narrower than the outgoing car, while the new car also gets a prominent bonnet hump. The cover itself is still fairly long and the overall shape of the Vantage looks like the current car. It retains a long ramp roof and a short rear end, but there are new air ducts on the side and a window behind the rearfield doors. At the back, a full light bar display works over the badge and across the Dactyl spoiler, connecting the units to a slim Leid brake. The rear bumper features more power on this new car than the current car, with a larger diffuser and two protruding exhaust. The interior of the new Vantage looks a very special place to sit.
There is a lot of carbon fiber trim on the bottom center console which, along the bottom flat wheel and contrasting stitching, make the Vantage feel sporty and purposeful. Thankfully seats do not look like they were picked directly from a racing car, so they should provide adequate rest for long trips while also keeping you in place at the corners. The dashboard features a large digital entertainment information screen, which should have a faster processor and better graphics than some other Aston Martins. From that, you’ll be able to control the climate settings, media, sat nav and other settings. The air vents below look fairly cheap but should be better to use, there will be other options available if the red inserts are a bit too garish.
2020 Aston Martin Vantage will use the same V8 4.0 liter as DB11, and exit 510 hp and drive it to 62 mph in only 3.6 seconds. Aston says that the car has a 50:50 weight distribution, which means that car weight spreads evenly, which should benefit from handling. We expect the Vantage to be better than the outgoing car driving. As standard, the Vantage will come well equipped with safety assistive technology including stability control, emergency brake assist and torque Victoring, which mix power to whichever wheels determines the computer is the best. The car also comes with garden help, parking sensors and all-round tire pressure monitoring.
It’s on sale now, with the first delivery scheduled for April 2019. 2020 Aston Martin Vantage will cost £120,900, although some timed option boxes can bring the price up slightly.