2019 Aston Martin Vanquish Redesign and Specs – Launched in 2016, the DB11 brought Aston Martin into a new era, the one that recognizes a brand-new platform upgrading the Vertical\Horizontal underpinnings that entered production in 2004. Along with the DB11 having changed the iconic DB9 and a new-generation Vantage almost ready for a general public debut, Aston Martin is currently working on a new version of the Vanquish, and a prototype was just noticed on the Nurburgring track.
2019 Aston Martin Vanquish Redesign
To begin with, the headlights and leading fascia will vary. There’s more overall intake area upfront, with lower side vents and a much bigger grille beginning. The headlights are rounder than the DB11s, and also to this author’s eye more typical and attractive. The hood extractor vents are in another type of place, large quadrangles instead of the DB11’s long, slim slits – although this could easily change for production, as this design might only be for the mule. Moving to the side, the sills are wider and the tires are larger, likely an inch greater diameter than the DB11’s by the reduced sidewall. The car is also noticeably lower. Out back again, the most clear difference is the quad pipes. They nestle above a far more aggressive rear diffuser.
However the tester looks like the DB11, a nearer inspection reveals a more substantial grille, a shorter hood, unique lamps front and rear, and a far more upright backside. The car also rests lower than the DB11, and its wheels are a size through to the DB11’s 20-inches set. At the rear, quad-exhaust tips replace the DB11’s dual-tip design.
2019 Aston Martin Vanquish Engine
Power should come from Aston Martin’s 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V-12. The engine offers 600 horsepower in the DB11 but we’re expecting a lot more in the Vanquish. Bear in mind, the car’s main rival will be the 789-hp Ferrari 812 Superfast. Other targets are the Mercedes-AMG S65 Coupe and Bentley Continental GT Quickness.
2019 Aston Martin Vanquish Release Date and Price
Costing for the approaching Vanquish is actually a mystery at this time, but it’s safe to presume that the new-generation model will definitely cost a tad more than the existing version. With the available Vanquish S costed from $294,950, the next-gen coupe will likely cost more than $300,000 before options.