2021 Aston Martin Vantage
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2021 Aston Martin Vantage Roadster A3 revealed. This is a new limited-run Aston Martin and is named Vantage Roadster, it comes with a unique design that marks the 100th anniversary of the A3, the firm’s oldest surviving sportscar. There are a lot of redesigned parts and the Vantage was commissioned by Aston Martin’s HWM dealership, which indeed is also their longest-serving retailer.

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As for the car itself now, reports say that only three models will be created, with bespoke twists enlivened by the 1921 model, incorporating a dark grille with aluminium encompass, dark outside paint and 20-inch produced dark wheels with bronze brake callipers.

Speaking of the insides, there is a very Chestnut tan cowhide and sewing highlight with the marque’s name weaved in a legacy propelled script, as found in the first one too. The Vantage’s check encompasses have likewise been projected from metal, and the first plan Aston Martin logo includes all of them.

2021 Aston Martin Vantage

The powertrain will continue as before as its standard partner. This also implies it’s anything but a 4.0-litre, twin-turbocharged Mercedes-AMG V8 motor that produces 510hp and 685Nm. The motor comes mated to an 8-speed programmed gearbox and the Roadster can do the 0-100kph run in around 3.5sec and proceed to hit a maximum velocity of 306kph.

While there is no confirm news about it coming to the Indian markets because there would only be 3 units made of this limited-edition car. Although, the brand did launch the new Vantage in India back in 2018, and the prices of it were starting at Rs 2.95 crore. More recently, the brand’s first SUV – the Aston Martin DBX was launched in India, with a starting price of Rs 3.82 crore. The Indian range has also got the DB11.

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Madhav is a Tech Enthusiast and a Gamer. He also writes for The Unbiased Blog, where he covers Tech related news and more.


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