2017 Aston Martin Vanquish – price, review, specs, description, photos

2016 Aston Martin Vanquish

When it comes to supercars, there’s no denying that no one does it better than one UK’s top auto manufacturer – Aston Martin. And the all new 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish builds on the design of the previous iterations of the Aston Martin Vantage S but with a sleeker appeal to it.

Design and concept

The new generation of the Aston Martin Vanquish combines the timeless design of the DB series and the well aged Vantage concept to give rise to one of the most luxurious designs of all time. Now, for someone who’s looking for their first sports car, the Vanquish feels like an exclusive delicate supercar and a reserve for auto veterans. As usual with Aston Martin flagships, the Vanquish is as attractive as at it pricey. It’s the type of sportish car you could roll in with at a business summit just to intimidate your rivals and lure some potential clients. Simply put, the 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish is a semblance of success and business prowess.

2016 Aston Martin Vanquish

The power train

Granted, the 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish is not a power monster. However, the sonorous V12 all aluminum engine it packs under the hood makes it one of the most fluid lovely things on four wheels. Compared to the 2016 generation, the new Aston has received a couple of transmission tweaks and revised damper settings. However, unlike the older Vanquish, Aston re-engineered the transaxle layout to step up the top speed to 201mph. Thanks to the revamped damping system, the new Aston feels a titbit firmed up, and the leather-trimmed electric steering feels as responsive as ever.

As far acceleration power goes, many cars could out-accelerate the Aston. According to the specs sheet, the new Aston Vanquish is set to cruise from 0 to 100km/hr in just over 4.5 seconds. A far cry from the Chevy’s 3.2 sec and BMW M4’s 3.7 seconds. And for the $190000+ price tag, Aston Martin had to include an impeccable, palatially furnished interior.

Speaking of the interior, the 2017 Aston’s Vanquish interior design makes a Lamborghini Aventador seem like a typical, simple everyday vehicle. It may lack the high-end toys of some close competition, including the Ferrari F-12 and the Jaguar F-type but it’s minimalistic design works for it, rather than against it. Nonetheless, the absence of touchscreen control is glaring here and the garish display that has taken its place instead doesn’t help much either. Thus, if you’re the type that loves a sizable helping of gadgetry in your car, then you may want to steer clear of the 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish.

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On the brighter side, however, the Aston’s infotainment music system is a big upgrade from the 2016 generation. The inclusion of Dolby Digital Clear Enhance is likely to make your road trips even more enthralling. On the issue of road trips, the small 20.6-gallon fuel tank disadvantages the 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish in a big way especially bearing in mind that the V12 engine is already a thirsty monster.

Conclusion

At the end of the day, the 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish is yet another great piece of art from Aston that reminds us that excellent cars aren’t just made; but created and inspired.

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