In terms of styling, the all-new Vantage looks more like a sports car than a grand tourer.
Up front, the Vantage gets sleeker headlamps, signature gaping grille, and a bulging clamshell hood.
On the back, the diffuser houses a narrow strip of LED lights which are connected to the central light unit.
The 2019 Vantage weighs 1,530kg and has a claimed 50:50 weight distribution.
New aerodynamic design gives it a sports car feel
Though the new Vantage has been completely redesigned, there are no aerodynamic tweaks on-the-surface. There's a splitter in the low front-end that channels air under the car and directs it to the rear diffuser while side outlets allow air pressure to exit from wheel arch.
Inside the cabin
Inside, the two-seater cabin gets a host of improvements in terms of design and technology.
Aston has offered Mercedes-Benz electronic architecture along with some DB11 reminiscent features such as the instrument cluster, touch-sensitive pad and rotary knob positioned on the center console.
Further, leather upholstery and carbon fiber adorn the sporty two-tone interiors which can be customized as per your taste.
Engine and power
Under the hood
The 2019 Vantage is powered by a Mercedes-AMG sourced 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine and is the first Aston Martin car to come equipped with e-differential.
The motor, mated to an 8-speed ZF automatic gearbox, generates 503bhp at 6,000rpm and a peak torque of 685Nm from 2,000-5,000rpm.
Further, the car can accelerate from 0-100kmph in 3.5 seconds and has a claimed top speed of 315kmph.