2015 Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT - Car and Driver

But starting this fall, you’ll need to save considerably fewer of them, as Aston Martin is introducing the new V8 Vantage GT for “just” $102,725 for the coupe, and $117,225 for the roadster. It actually is a bit of a deal, at least by Aston Martin standards. Roadster models come exclusively with a black fabric top, while Vantage S side sills, black exterior trim (on the headlamp bezels, window trim, hood vent meshwork, and tailpipes), clear-lens taillamps, and dark-painted, diamond-turned 19-inch... Inside, the leather-lined interior comes in black or gray, with yellow, black, gray, or red accents, piano black trim, sport seats like those in the V12 Vantage , a navigation system, GT sill plaques and seat embroidery, and one of Aston’s famous... Second, the V8 Vantage’s 4. 7-liter, quad-cam dry-sump V-8 was not detuned for use in the new GT models—quite the contrary, actually: with 430 horsepower at 7300 rpm and 361 lb-ft of torque at 5000 rpm, the engine arrives in the same state of tune... It rides on a sport suspension tuned closely to that of the Vantage S. In our previous experience with the V8 Vantage, the SportShift II is worth skipping, especially if you want to add interior niceties like, say,. Source: www.caranddriver.com