The Aston Martin Vantage range comes of age with the new Aston Martin V8 Vantage S characterised by a host of new driver-focussed features all designed to push the honed dynamics of the standard Vantage to a new benchmark level.
Own Aston Martin V8 developed 4.7-liter supply, by at maximum power of 430 hp (436 hp / 321 kW) at 7,300 rpm and maximum torque of 490 Nm (lb.ft 361) at 5,000 rpm was and is coupled to a field training of new transmission Sport Shift ™ II, designed specifically for the Aston Martin V8 Vantage S with seven short gear ratios designed to offer more attractive driver involvement and intense.
dynamic assessment is important for the Aston Martin V8 Vantage S, accelerated with a 15:01 ratio rack, compared to 17:01 in the standard car and a larger diameter front disc brakes with six-piston brake calipers New front brake. New springs and dampers and larger rear wheels also contribute to the version of the chassis. A new system of Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) specifically for the Vantage O module with a new brake offer tailored features like hydraulic brakes (HBA) support to help with emergency braking and Hill Start Assist (HSA). The Bridgestone tires were developed to optimize the dynamic feeling better grip.
As with all Aston Martin Vantage S benefits from its own unique sound with a new exhaust and the bypass valve on a map to escape resulting in a very nice touch and very vocal.
Bridging the gap between road car and race car, the Aston Martin V8 Vantage S is heavily influenced by the 2011 Vantage GT4 race car. The GT4 takes advantage of the Vantage’s immensely rigid bonded aluminium chassis, providing the ideal platform for a race car. Minor racing safety modifications including an FIA approved roll cage and racing ‘bag’ petrol tank along with weight saving measures are made to the standard road car to convert it into a class winning race car. In 2010, it won its class at the Dubai 24 Hours following this up with further endurance race wins at the Nürburgring 24 Hours, Silverstone 24 Hours and Spa 24 Hours. It also won its first major international championship victory in the European GT4 Cup.