The 12-cylinder engine has been a staple of the Aston Martin brand for decades. Iconic it's what made them famous when they put one into this two-door sports car and revolutionized how we think about performance cars forever! But now comes an end to that trend as well with their latest version - but don't worry because things are going out on top: There will be plenty more models just like these raucous final editions which send them off strong before any other automaker can even get started.
The V12 Coupe has been a popular car for years now, but it looks like there's more to the story. A Roadster version of this classic design would be amazing!
It looks like there may be some truth to the rumors! We received an email from one of our readers this weekend who told us that they are "the future owner" and have spoken for both a Roadster as well as confirmation on how many cars will come out. Despite being typically secretive about such things, Aston Martin did reply confirming “ speculation” but also declining any further comment unless it becomes fact.
The 2013 V12 Roadster was one of the most highly sought-after vehicles in car history. With just 101 units made, it's no surprise that this vehicle became wildly valuable with virtually every single owner going home happy and rich from their purchase!
After 15 long years, the legendary V12 Aston Martin is finally coming to an end. The 2023 model year will be it's last and it's no surprise why - this car has been around for more than half of its existence! With a 690 horsepower engine that can go from 0-60 in 3 seconds flat (or less), there aren't many vehicles out there like them... or at least none worth putting your name on unless you want people questioning whether they're driving something truly special or just another recycled product with some fancy gadgets wrapped up inside.
The new Roadster will be equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission that's been reworked to provide rapid shifts like those found on dual-clutch gearboxes. There are no manual options available, but most people should find the ZF Auto Box quick and responsive enough for their needs anyway - I'm looking forward to testing it myself soon!
The Roadster is built for speed with an open-top frame that's made from lightweight but strong carbon fiber. The signature wedge-shaped roof puberty behind it all adds extra style points, while also providing excellent aerodynamics and cooling capabilities!
The car features heavily enlarged air intake grilles upfront as well as twin exhausts composed of thinner material than standard models - saving 16 pounds total over base Vantage equipment alone.
The V8 Coupe's $180,000 price tag may be a sticking point for some buyers. But if you're willing to go the extra mile with your purchase and upgrade from an A7 or DBS, then this high-performance sports car will make all of those lucrative tuition payments worth it!
Aston Martin announced that they've sold out during its introduction time frame which means there are no more standard models left in stock - Now only consider yourself lucky by owning one.