Aston Martin has refreshed the V8 Vantage sports coupe and roadster and as we reviewed it back in 2009, the car is by far one of the best looking GTs out on the market and its now looking better than ever with the subtle new changes. For 2010, Aston Martin has taken the Vantage V8 one step closer to perfection. The changes include minor upgrades to the body aerodynamics, wheels and taillights but the real treat is inside the car…
It’s essentially a model line update, with a host of new styling options in the shape of new ten-spoke 19in alloy wheels (forged and with a diamond finish, no less), the sills and clear rear lights from the top-notch Vantage N400, and new meshes for the bonnet vents and side strakes.
The 2011 Aston Martin Vantage V8 knows how to deliver the performance, looks and handling better than ever but does so with NO price increase over the 2010 model year.
Head inside the baby Aston Vantage V8 and you can specify lightweight Kevlar and carbon fiber seats (saving 17kg from the AMV8’s 1.6-ton curb weight) straight from the Aston Martin Vantage V12 and a new 1000W Bang & Olufsen stereo system as found in the new Audi S8, which happens to be a treat as the system costs upwards of $11,000 in the Audi catalog.
We hope you enjoyed this quick update on the new 2011 Aston Martin Vantage V8 and please make sure to check out the full review that EVO magazine did on the car here.