Aston Martin Vantage
|Aston Martin Vantage|
|Body and chassis|
|Class||Sports car (S)|
|Body style||2-door coupe|
|Related||Aston Martin V8|
|Engine||4.0 L Tadek Marek I6|
|Predecessor||Aston Martin DBS|
|Successor||Aston Martin DB7|
Aston Martin has used the Vantage name on a number of vehicles, normally indicating a high-performance version of another model. In one case, during 1972–1973, the Vantage was a distinct model, being a straight-6 powered version of the DBS, a car that had been launched as a straight-6 but was by that time V8-powered (as the DBS V8).
Visual cues include a unique 2-headlight front clip with DB6-like grille. It was also the last Aston Martin to come equipped with wire wheels. Just 71 examples were built.
The Vantage was the last straight-6 Aston Martin until the 1993 DB7.
- "Newport Pagnell 6 Cylinder Cars". AstonMartins.com. Archived from the original on 20 July 2005. Retrieved 23 June 2005.
- Official Aston Martin Site – V8 Vantage Specification and Photos
|Aston Martin and Lagonda road car timeline, 1948–present|
|Owner||David Brown Limited||Wilson||Sprague, Minden||Gauntlett, Pace||Gauntlett, Livanos||Gauntlett, Livanos, Ford||Ford Motor Company||Dar, Adeem, Bez, Richards||Investindustrial, Primewagon, Dar et al.|
|Lagonda||2.6 Litre||3 Litre||Rapide||V8||Taraf|
|Grand Tourer||DB4||DB5||DB6||Vantage||DB7||DB7 Vantage||DB9|
|Supercar||V8 Vantage||V8 Vantage||V12 Vanquish||DBS||Vanquish|
|Zagato||DB4GT Zagato||V8 Zagato||DB7 Zagato||DBAR1||V12 Zagato|