Car News 10 May 2018

Aston Martin reveal limited-run V12 Vantage V600

Aston Martin have revealed their specialist Q branch will build 14 limited-edition V12 Vantage V600 models to mark the end of the current VH Platform. The 14 Vantages will consist of seven coupes and seven roadsters.

The strictly limited-run model will feature a host of bespoke styling elements that will make it distinguishable amongst other V12 Vantage models. Aston Martin have created unique features including the newly designed bonnet with geometric punctuations, that replaces the previous iconic slat design. New side streaks and a new bumper also feature, which is now sporting an AMR-inspired grill. Aston have managed to achieve these changes by creating bespoke bodywork for the V600 out of carbon fibre.

The rear has also undergone some changes, including widened rear-arches and a new rear bumper sporting a quartet of exhaust pipes. Under the bonnet, the V600 benefits from a boost in power, now taken to 592bhp from the 6-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine found in the last V12 Vantage S. Whilst no images have been released of the interior, it is understood it will mix a combination of carbon fibre and dark anodised aluminium components.

No indication of cost has yet been disclosed, however the model is available upon request with deliveries due in Autumn 2018.




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