New Aston Martin Vantage Arriving February 12: Get Ready!

Left fender close-up is all we can see for now.

After much anticipation, the day is finally approaching. Mark February 12th on your schedule, as it marks the highly-anticipated release of the new Aston Martin Vantage. And that’s not all – in addition to showcasing the road version, Aston will also reveal the new Vantage GT3 race car and their AMR24 Formula 1 competitor.

In order to keep us captivated, a preview video has been released by Aston Martin, showcasing the front fender in close-up. The notable vents, resembling those of the current model but with a distinctive execution, are clearly visible in this clip.

The recently released teaser image provides a clearer view of the vents compared to previous spy photos. From this fresh angle, the Vantage’s rear wheel arches appear strikingly broad. Although this detail was not obscured on the disguised Aston prototypes, this particular viewpoint emphasizes its significant visual impact.

Aston Martin’s recent announcement contains limited information, only revealing the debut date and a glimpse of the car’s profile. However, it is likely that the famed car brand will once again feature the AMG-sourced 4.0-liter V-8 engine under its sleek hood. This does not necessarily equate to the same power output as the previous Vantage model, especially considering this particular engine is capable of generating even more horsepower in Mercedes-AMG models. The anticipated DB12 from Aston Martin is rumored to use this twin-turbo V-8 engine to produce an impressive 671 hp, surpassing the outgoing Vantage’s 528-hp F1 Edition by a significant margin. With the possibility of a V12 option off the table, it is probable that the new Vantage will boast a powerful 600-hp V-8 instead.

Is a manual transmission still on the horizon? It seems unlikely, considering the previous model was only available with an automatic. However, there is a possibility that a special edition trim featuring a manual option could be introduced in the future. Aston Martin has expressed an intention to keep producing such limited-edition models, like the Valour which premiered in July of last year.

Currently, we are eagerly anticipating the soon-to-be revealed Vantage. Stay tuned for additional updates as they are released and mark your calendars for February 12th, when we will thoroughly analyze the complete unveiling.

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