Aston Martin knows that its clients want only the best they have to offer, and that’s why they are revising their already spectacular V8 Vantage range for 2010.
Aston Martin is in the process of taking their popular V8 Vantage range and further personalizing it to further satisfy the driving and lifestyle needs of their clientele. While still in the “soft launch” phases, the new V8 Vantage can actually be ordered already, and deliveries are expected to begin in early 2010.
The new model includes optional 10-spoke forged 19-inch alloy wheels with diamond turned and silver finish, optional lightweight seats made partly from carbon fiber, clear rear lamps, a magnum silver bonnet and side strake meshes, and an optional 1000W B&O hi-fi system.
In addition to all of that, a significant change in the 2010 model will be the dramatic drop in CO2 emissions from the manual V8, which is reportedly accomplished by tweaking the transmission with “remapped software and adjusted ratios.” In a world increasingly aware of environmental issues, this will certainly be a welcome change by many.
The new 2010 model starts at approximately $135,000 for the coupe, and around $148,000 for the Roadster.