Aston Martin introduces the new Vantage in India, starting at Rs 3.99 Crore.

Aston Martin has recently introduced the enhanced Vantage sports car in India, priced at Rs 3.99 crore (ex-showroom) excluding options. Globally revealed earlier this year, the upgraded Vantage boasts several alterations compared to its predecessor, both aesthetically and mechanically.

Starting with the exterior, the new Vantage showcases a refreshed front grille, wider bumper, updated headlights, and a redesigned hood. The vents near the front wheels have also been revamped, while the rear features a new bumper with modified air vents. Standard 21-inch satin silver alloy wheels complete the look.

Although the exterior changes are not extensive, the interior sees a significant overhaul. The updated Vantage now sports an entirely new cabin design and technology, highlighted by a new 10.35-inch touchscreen infotainment system, akin to the DB12. Additionally, the switchgear has been updated, and the driver benefits from a new digital instrument cluster and redesigned steering wheel.

Under the hood, the most notable update is the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, now delivering an extra 153 bhp and 115 Nm compared to the outgoing Vantage V8. Total output reaches 656 bhp and 800 Nm, allowing the car to accelerate from 0-100 kmph in a claimed 3.5 seconds with a top speed exceeding 325 kmph. In contrast, the outgoing Vantage V12 generated 690 bhp and 753 Nm with a top speed of 322 kmph. These engine upgrades are complemented by enhancements to the suspension for improved agility. Braking is handled by steel disc brakes at all four corners, with carbon ceramic brakes available as an option.

Aston Martin offers various customization choices, including paint options from its bespoke Q division, diverse alloy wheel designs, lightweight carbon fiber seats, carbon ceramic disc brakes, and more. The new Vantage will compete against models like the Ferrari Roma, Porsche 911, Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, and BMW M8.

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