Aston Martin launches the perfect driver\'s car - the Vanquish V12
|   Sunday, October 07, 2012
Aston Martin has come up with a new version of the Vanquish and this vehicle focuses more on style and comfort than any previously built Aston Martin. Priced close to 190,000 Pounds, the Vanquish provides comfort features at par with Rolls Royce, Bentley and high end vehicles from Mercedes Benz.

This however does not suggest that Aston Martin never focused on ride comfort, engine refinement or noise reduction. However, on test driving the Vanquish, you are bound to feel a sudden surge to a new level, when it comes to refinement and comfort.


The vehicle is packed with performance enhancing features and drive assistance and the complete grip on the road, the superb chassis control and sticky tires are a secret to the car's superb handling and stability.
With the implementation of all the advanced features, the Aston Martin Vanquish V 12 offers a driver to ride to his full capability, without the fear of crashing. Aston Martin has always been a master of designing strong yet light weight chassis and the Vanquish V 12 sure has the best in class chassis.

The weight adjustment of the Vanquish V 12 is towards the rear and this helps the vehicle remain grounded. Turbo lag has been reduced to avoid excess wheel spin and the front engine coupe sports a dual wish bone suspension for maximum productivity.

The Vanquish is powered by a 6.0 liter turbo charged V 12 producing 565 BHP and the vehicle sports a reduced ride height of 19 mm. This is set to be the best production line Aston Martin as of yet and is cheaper than many other current production models while bettering their speed and performance.

The Vanquish has approximately similar dimensions and proportions as that of the DB 9 and both the cars are built on the VH platform. The exterior of the V12 has however been enhanced and the vehicle has a meaner look that any of the present Aston Martins. The more muscular effect of the vehicle looks good and an additional carbon fiber rear wing and spoiler has been attached to help aerodynamics.

The spoiler also prevents the vehicle from lifting its front up due to the high rear weight and excess thrust. Therefore it helps prevent an accident. Although the vehicle has been styled differently, it still resembles an Aston and behind the driver's seat, the Vanquish V12 is one of the most welcoming cars.

However, all good things come for a price and this is exactly the downside of the Vanquish V12. The Vanquish is a machine that can be bought for the pride associated with owning it. It is not practically a car which you would want to own for daily use and it is nothing close to being economical.
With a top speed of 183 mph, it is one of the fastest vehicles that we have today and it accelerates from 0 – 60 mph in 4.1 seconds. With a six speed transmission system, the vehicle is the perfect driver's car.
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