2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Overview

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Amazing, Handbuilt High Quality Car That Is Rare To Find On The Road by brianpascal77
 — I find it doesn't have the immediate put your head in the back of your seat power, but having said that it does drive very fast, comfortable fun. Very sophisticated, elegant and gets looks every two ... Read More
Great Car by Kyle
 — Perfect car for you to drive around. THe acceleration isn't so great 0 to 60MPH in 5.4 seconds. Not so great but who cares? The handling isn't so great either. It makes you feel uncomturble when you h... Read More
2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Coupe by Paul
 — One of the best sounding exhaust notes ever! Also one of the most beutifully proportioned desings of all time. Great perfomance as you would expect and a real quality feel. It may not have the reliabi... Read More

2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Overview

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2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage

After introducing the V8 Vantage in 2006, venerable British automaker Aston Martin made two significant additions to the front-engined, two-passenger exotic sports car for 2007. The first was the introduction of a V8 Vantage Roadster, a convertible model with a three-layer fabric top that retracted in just 18 seconds at the touch of a button and at speeds up to 30 miles per hour. The second addition was a new six-speed Sportshift automatic transmission.

Like the V8 Vantage Coupe, the V8 Vantage Roadster is hand-crafted and features the distinctive Aston Martin mesh grille, as well as the sleek exterior and swept-back lines that typify all of Aston Martin's sports cars. The fabric roof stows neatly under a metal tonneau cover, opening up the leather-lined interior to the great outdoors. It's equipped with a heated rear glass window.

The electro-hydraulic Sportshift automatic transmission provides improved shift points and the option to shift manually using magnesium paddle shifters mounted on the steering column. Drivers can also choose a Comfort shift mode for a "more relaxed" driving experience, according to the automaker.

Exterior design elements for the coupe and roadster include a low stance, minimal front and rear overhangs, a skin of lightweight alloy and advanced composites, stylish side strakes, halogen projector headlights, LED rear lights, and a long hood with the Aston Martin wings emblem near the nose.

Under the hood of both trims is a 4.3-liter V8 engine that produces 380 horsepower. The engine sits behind the front axle but ahead of the passenger cabin (officially a front mid-engine layout), providing the V8 Vantage with unique sports-car balance, handling, and stability. With its V8, the Vantage can leap from 0 to 60 in about five seconds.

Interior features include hand-stitched leather seats, an aluminum instrument panel with three-dimensional gauges, an organic electroluminescent (OEL) central message display, a glass starter button, power-adjustable front seats, a premium stereo system with a six-disc CD changer, and automatic climate control.

The V8 Vantage also comes with a full range of safety features, including traction control, electronic stability control, and dual-stage front airbags, as well as side airbags. Another nice feature is a  full set of luggage, which fits neatly into the rear cargo space of the coupe, accessible via the car's rear hatchback.


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