650,00 € incl. VAT
incl. 19% VAT
Daimler contributes it through a minority stake in the British car manufacturer from AMG production.
- The unit delivers 685 Newton meters of torque over the wide speed range from 2,000 to 5,000 revolutions per minute.
- The 1,530 kg light Vantage hurries from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.7 seconds, 314 km / h at top speed.
- 685 Newtonmeter Drehmoment liefert das Aggregat über den breiten Drehzahlbereich von 2.000 bis 5.000 Umdrehungen in der Minute.
- The Biturbo V8 generates 510 hp (375 kW) from a displacement of four liters
Aston Martin V8 Vantage – Rent the Car
Aston Martin V8 Vantage – Rent the Car. Rolls Royce? Bentley? Jaguar? When it comes to the true British sports car, the experts are sure, it can only be an Aston Martin.
On behalf of Her Majesty: The 2 + 2-seater stretches to 4.46 meters in length, lolls over 1.95 meters in width and crouches on the road at a height of only 1.27 meters
Welcome to the Aston Martin V8 Vantage, the Aston Martin DB11´s smaller, angrier brother. Built on a shortened version of the same Aston Martin chassis used in the DB models it may be but the Aston Martin Vantage offers a meaner, more direct and far more punchy driving experience. If the Aston Martin DB series cars are built for the gentlemen, this is built for his unruly child, who steals the keys and goes for a joy ride. Exquisite looks and elegant interiors are a mainstay of Aston Martin but the Vantage offers something more. Something altogether more directed at the driver within.
The Aston Martin Vantage can be taken in both Coupe and Roadster forms but it matters little which you choose. The etched lines of the exterior, gaping Aston Martin grill at the front and roaring engine, means whichever you take, the experience will be an unforgettable one.
Take the Aston Martin Vantage Coupe or Roadster on an alpine road trip through southern Germany, taking in the great lakes as you power your way from Munich, through Bavaria, into the mountains around Zurich. If Germany isn´t for you, take your foot off the accelerator a little and wind your way along the French Riviera to St Tropez. Fresh sea air and the roar of the Aston Martin V8 engine. What could be better?
Engine sound, cockpit
A V8 can never sound bad. At least not in the ears of autophile people. The four-litre machine in the Vantage goes to work with particular zeal. The eighth sounds significantly rougher, scratchy and sonorous than the AMG versions motorized with it. Aston Martin has done a lot of sound tuning so there is no doubt that the Vantage is a thoroughbred sports car. However, this becomes clear even before the V8 is started using the start button. The sports seats tightly but smoothly encompass the hips and shoulders, the backrest culminates in an integrated, lush headrest that provides support for the head during brute acceleration manoeuvers.