2015 Aston Martin V12 Vantage S
The Aston Martin V12 Vantage S is one of the much discussed cars in today’s market of automobile. Sports cars lovers are really stunned by the arrival of this car model especially after the rumors that Ashton Martin is going to kill its models of V2 Vantage sports cars.
This model of Aston Martin V12 Vantage S is a sports car by this British luxury automaker -Aston Martin. This Aston Martin V12 Vantage S model replaces the model V12 Vantage. It is the automaker’s sports car that can be termed as the smallest sports car till now by the brand. However, the car boasts with some great features and it comes with the biggest engine of the company, and this makes the car one of the most extreme production models that has been ever made by the brand Aston Martin.
As state in Forbes, “The Aston Martin V12 Vantage S replaces the V12 Vantage. It is the British luxury automaker’s smallest sports car, yet it features the company’s biggest engine, making it arguably the most extreme production model ever made by Aston Martin.”
What is new in The Aston Martin V12 Vantage S?
As stated above, the 2015 V12 Vantage S comes with a V12 engine that is high-revving, and this engine is a new model and it comes with more power than its predecessors.
The engine gains horsepower of 55 and torque of 37 foot-pounds and it gives a total output of 457 lb-ft and 565 hp.
As per Forbes, “With such a monstrous engine crammed into a small, two-seater body, the V12 Vantage S is perhaps the company’s most extreme production car. Aston Martin says this will be its fastest road car ever, excluding the ultra-rare, million-dollar One-77. Top speed is 205 miles per hour. No word yet on acceleration times.”
By this model it can be said that Aston Martin is serious about its sports cars and it is not killing its sports carts segment, at least this point of time.
Like its fellow Bentley, the British luxury automaker, Aston Martin gains its repute as one of the automakers that is going good with its latest and improved models. The brand also announced Rapide S, a hydrogen-powered prototype.
Though the company is relatively small comparing to the giants of automotive industry, but it is making incremental improvements. It is offering new cars that arte earning credits not only for their performance, but also for their efficiency.