Aston Martin Introduces Its New Upgraded Supercar, The Vanquish S

Jan 04, 2017 11:01 AM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

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As to continue the success of Grand Tourer comes the Aston Martin Vanquish S that brings improved engine power, enhance dynamics and all new styling to create a car of exceptional ability. The Vanquish is Aston Martin's most expensive series production car. It is one of the most impressive grand touring cars in the world.

It is equipped with up-rated 6.0 V12 power engine producing 600PS. The Vanquish S has a top speed of 201mph and achieves 0-62 mph in just 3.5 seconds.

It also has an 8-speed Touchtronic III Transmission, revised inlet manifolds, and quad exhaust tailpipes. The ultimate supercar offers supreme performance and a truly remarkable driving experience.

Among the changes made to the Vanquish S is chassis, although modest. Aston Martin carbon fiber body shell allows extraction of more dramatic creases than would be possible with stamped metal. It actually feels noticeably more compliant than before, riding out bumps and rougher surfaces with impressive disdain.

The Vanquish continues to have a naturally aspirated Aston Martin V-12 that is one of the finest engines in the world. Its character shifts with both revs and load.

The new more powerful Vanquish takes things a step further confidently asserting itself within the Aston Martin range and distinguishing itself from the new DB11" Aston boss Dr. Andy Palmer says. The Vanquish S embodies the very essence of Aston Martin and yet redefines each core element to create a machine of amplified sporting capability with a combination of unbound craftsmanship and power that comes together in utmost harmony.

Overall, the Vanquish is amazingly supple considering its size but still more of a relaxed grand tourer in character. With its state of the art construction, good on-road dynamics, and modern safety equipment list, the owner can expect it to offer protection in an accident as well as to enable the driver to avoid many on road hazards.

 

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