2019 Model Year Aston Martin Vantage Coupe 2+0
Aston Martin’s Vantage tag was historically applied to the most potent variants of their models, such as the V8 Vantage, DBS Vantage and so on. In 2005, the automaker decided to give the tag its own model line-up. Now on its second generation, this 2019 Aston Martin Vantage V8 Coupe is a fine sports car for two, and comes with just 19,000 miles since new, a fabulous powertrain, and the ability to swallow hundreds of miles without it, or its occupants breaking a sweat. In short, it’s a Grand Tourer for two that would make a fine addition to your stable.
Wearing a distinctive Intense Blue paintwork, it’s not often that one sees an Aston Martin wearing this hue, helping this 2019 Aston Martin Vantage V8 Coupe stand out all the more. Machined wheels and yellow brake calipers add a splash of color, and the overall design of this generation of Vantage is inspired by the Vulcan track car. It’s very futuristic, right down to the swan doors that gracefully rise to welcome you into the cabin. The Copper Tan interior is a fitting contrast to a blue exterior, and once you’ve entered via the swan doors, you can use the leather door pull to close the door and enjoy it. As we’ve said before, two occupants can be accommodated, on electrically adjustable, heated, and ventilated leather seats. There’s blue upper and lower trim stitching as well. Of course, there’s a generous serving of tech toys, including a digital instrument cluster, touch screen infotainment system with navigation and smartphone integration, dual zone climate control, multifunction steering wheel, cruise control and the expected powered conveniences. And of course, the design is like no other. There’s a trunk behind the two seats that can accommodate a couple of soft bags, as is necessary in a Grand Tourer.
Aston Martin turned to Mercedes-Benz for the V8 engine that lies beneath the hood of this 2019 Aston Martin Vantage V8 Coupe which is no bad thing, as it’s the versatile 4.0L twin turbocharged Mercedes-AMG M177 unit. 503hp and 505lb-ft are the outputs, sent rearwards via another versatile piece of hardware that’s seen on many cars, the ZF 8-speed automatic transmission. Zero to sixty is accomplished in just 3.6 seconds and the top speed is rated at 195mph. It might also interest you to know that the Vantage V8 has a 50-50 weight distribution for optimal handling.
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