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Aston Martin Vanquish S

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USD - 294696 | GBP - 212771

The new Aston Martin Vanquish S is a sharper, more polished version of the Vanquish, with a top speed of 201 mph and a 0-62 mph time of 3.5 seconds.

DIMENSIONS

LENGTH 4,720 mm
WIDTH 1,912 mm
HEIGHT 1,294 mm
WHEELBASE 2,740 mm
ROAD CLEARANCE 147 mm
WEIGHT (kg) 1,739
DIMENSIONS
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LENGTH

4,720 mm

WIDTH

1,912 mm

HEIGHT

1,294 mm

WHEELBASE

2,740 mm

ROAD CLEARANCE

147 mm

WEIGHT (kg)

1,739

TYRES

FRONT WHEEL 255/35 ZR20 , Tubeless,Radial
REAR WHEEL 305/30 ZR20 , Tubeless,Radial
TYRES
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FRONT WHEEL

255/35 ZR20 , Tubeless,Radial

REAR WHEEL

305/30 ZR20 , Tubeless,Radial

INSTRUMENTATION

Digital Tachometer Yes
Gear Position Indicator Yes
Digital Speedometer Yes
Odometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Dual Trip Meter Yes
Fuel Gauge Yes
Remaining Range Yes
Current Fuel Consumption Yes
Average Fuel Consumption Yes
Coolant Temperature Yes
Clock Digital
Economical Riding Indicator Yes
ABS Light Yes
Indicator Lights Yes
Traction Control Light Yes
INSTRUMENTATION
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Digital Tachometer

Yes

Gear Position Indicator

Yes

Digital Speedometer

Yes

Odometer

Digital

Trip Meter

Digital

Dual Trip Meter

Yes

Fuel Gauge

Yes

Remaining Range

Yes

Current Fuel Consumption

Yes

Average Fuel Consumption

Yes

Coolant Temperature

Yes

Clock

Digital

Economical Riding Indicator

Yes

ABS Light

Yes

Indicator Lights

Yes

Traction Control Light

Yes

Build

Body Type Coupe
Frame Body on Frame
Front Suspension Independent double wishbone, coil springs, anti-rollbar and adaptive dampers
Rear Suspension Independent double wishbones, coil springs, anti-rollbar and adaptive dampers
Front Brake Ventilated CCM brake discs 398 mm diameter with six-piston calipers
Rear Brake Ventilated CCM brake discs 360 mm diameter with four-piston calipers
Headlights Projector with Xenon
Number Of Doors 2
Exterior Colors Midnight blue, Marine blue, Jet black, Onyx black, Valcano red, Diavolo red and Stratus white
Build
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Body Type

Coupe

Frame

Body on Frame

Front Suspension

Independent double wishbone, coil springs, anti-rollbar and adaptive dampers

Rear Suspension

Independent double wishbones, coil springs, anti-rollbar and adaptive dampers

Front Brake

Ventilated CCM brake discs 398 mm diameter with six-piston calipers

Rear Brake

Ventilated CCM brake discs 360 mm diameter with four-piston calipers

Headlights

Projector with Xenon

Number Of Doors

2

Exterior Colors

Midnight blue, Marine blue, Jet black, Onyx black, Valcano red, Diavolo red and Stratus white

Power

Engine 5935cc V12
Bore x Stroke 89.0 x 79.5 mm
Number of Cylinders 12
Valves per Cylinder 4
Fuel System Indirect Injection.
Transmission Rear mid-mounted ‘TouchtronicIII’ eight-speed automatic gearboxwith electronic shift-by-wirecontrol system
Horse Power 580
Torque 577 Nm
Gearbox Eight-speed automatic gearbox
Power
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Engine

5935cc V12

Bore x Stroke

89.0 x 79.5 mm

Number of Cylinders

12

Valves per Cylinder

4

Fuel System

Indirect Injection.

Transmission

Rear mid-mounted ‘TouchtronicIII’ eight-speed automatic gearboxwith electronic shift-by-wirecontrol system

Horse Power

580

Torque

577 Nm

Gearbox

Eight-speed automatic gearbox

Safety

ABS Yes
Traction Control Yes
Height Adjust Yes
Airbags (number of airbags) 4
Safety
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ABS

Yes

Traction Control

Yes

Height Adjust

Yes

Airbags (number of airbags)

4

Model

Make Aston Martin
Model Aston Martin Vanquish S
Year 2022
Model
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Make

Aston Martin

Model

Aston Martin Vanquish S

Year

2022

Performance

Maximum Speed 201 mph
Acceleration 0-100 km/h 3.5 sec
Weight to power ratio 3.8 kg/hp
Performance
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Maximum Speed

201 mph

Acceleration 0-100 km/h

3.5 sec

Weight to power ratio

3.8 kg/hp

Economy

Combined consumption (l/100 km) 12 mpg
Fuel Petrol
CO2 emissions (g/km) 448 g/Km
Economy
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Combined consumption (l/100 km)

12 mpg

Fuel

Petrol

CO2 emissions (g/km)

448 g/Km

System

Touchscreen Yes
Command From Steering Wheel Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Social Network Connectivity Yes
Navigation Yes
Radio Yes
System
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Touchscreen

Yes

Command From Steering Wheel

Yes

Bluetooth

Yes

Social Network Connectivity

Yes

Navigation

Yes

Radio

Yes

Interior

Number of Seats 2
Boot Space 240 litres
Interior Material (Upholstery) Leather
Interior
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Number of Seats

2

Boot Space

240 litres

Interior Material (Upholstery)

Leather

DESCRIPTION

The DB11 will be followed by an all-new twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 Vantage in late 2017, and then a new twin-turbo DB11-based Vanquish in 2018, signaling the end of naturally-aspirated Astons. It's also the last outing for Aston's Ford-derived 6.0-litre V12, which has been tweaked for an extra 27bhp above the Vanquish it succeeds, though torque statistics remain same at 465lb ft.

Matt Becker (Aston's head of ride and handling, who was poached from Lotus) has given the chassis the complete Matt Becker treatment. Spring rates have been increased by 10%, but dampers have been retuned to put the front and rear ends closer together.

A larger rear anti-roll bar has been added to keep the car more planted in the back, the hydraulic steering has been altered but kept the same ratio, and a new rear muffler enhances the V12's last scream. A new aero option is now available, which includes winglets on the front bumper's edges to divert air away from the wheels.

That means less overall drag, less front-end lift (which implies less understeer for you and me), and a smidgeon more aggression for the Vanquish. The eight-speed automatic shifts smoothly, and while the engine lacks the low-hanging torque of the DB11, it answers quickly and crisply, building to a soaring, harmonic crescendo. Sure, the DB11 uses a little more gas (21.6mpg, 302g/km), and the engine is less flexible than the DB11's, but its powertrain crackles with energy and has a greater ability to excite.

Then there's the aesthetic, which is purely subjective, but for us, it really brings the DB11 to life.

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