Aston Martin releases Vantage lineup information for the Americas
The new Vantage Range for 2012 include some styling changes, a new transmission, better breaking, sharper aerodynamics, and pricing starting at just over a hundred thousand.
In the genre of high-end sports cars, expectations are high. Some prefer the rugged, street-savvy looks of the McLaren MP4-12C while others prefer the more speedster-focused design of the Bugatti Veyron Vitesse. Nearly everyone, though, loves the beautiful, timeless design and driveable handling of an Aston Martin.
At the top of many's Aston Martin list of models they'd like to own is the Vantage. For 2012, the company has made some changes and excellent upgrades to put this current classic on the top shelf where it belongs. The V8 Vantage lineup includes the Coupe and the Roadster versions, each being basically the same except for the convertible that makes the Roadster what it is.