Sneak Peek: 2025 Aston Martin Vantage Boasts Show-Stopping Widebody Design

Complete Revamp: Redefining the DB12 for a Brand New Driving Experience

A fresh new preview of the updated Aston Martin Vantage has been revealed by the British automaker, hinting at a strikingly crafted body that draws inspiration from the coveted One-77 model. The sleek fender vents, powerful rear curves, and elongated wing mirrors all hint at a fierce appearance, staying true to the iconic brand’s signature blend of elegance and strength. As with all Aston Martins, we can anticipate the final design to be both exquisite and commanding.

Until now, leaked photos have not given much away. However, if this sneak peek is to be believed, the upcoming Vantage model will definitely be worth anticipating.

New teasers have hinted at the upcoming Vantage’s gorgeous new seats, and it has been confirmed that the infotainment system will see significant improvements. The in-house-developed system, already acclaimed for its performance in the DB12, will also be utilized in the new Vantage. Of course, the interior will continue to exude luxury with its customary mix of leather, metal, and carbon fiber accents. And as tradition dictates, the car will remain a strict two-seater.

While there is no official confirmation at this time, it is widely anticipated that the Vantage will continue to use the M177 Mercedes-AMG twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine, with a likely increase in power from its current output of 503 horsepower and 505 lb-ft of torque. Regrettably, although the manual transmission will still be available in limited edition models, there has been no indication of its inclusion in the standard version of the Vantage.

On its exterior, this vehicle will undoubtedly appear distinct, as its headlights are now arranged vertically to exude a more sophisticated appearance. The back of the car remains largely recognizable due to the presence of a full-width taillight bar, a grooved rear diffuser, and a quad-exit exhaust finisher. Nevertheless, one noticeable change is the updated fake vents on the rear bumper. Additionally, the hood has been revamped to give the car a sleeker appearance by ridding itself of the power bulge.

More information will be revealed on February 12 when the new Vantage is introduced, along with the AMR24 Formula 1 racecar and the updated version of the Vantage GT3 racer.

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