Wednesday October 21, 2020

First drive: Aston Martin Vantage is what open-top dreams are made of

Aston Martin’s new Roadster features a somewhat dated interior, but it looks superb and performs exceptionally

18th October, 2020
The Aston Martin Vantage offers open-top motoring in under seven seconds

Aston Martin is on the verge of significant diversification: its first-ever SUV, the DBX, is already on sale, plans to electrify most of its range are well under way and an array of mid-engined hypercars is in the pipeline. But sometimes it’s nice to know that the traditional image of an Aston – brawny engine up front, beautiful bodywork, impeccable desirability – is continuing into the 2020s.

This is the new Vantage Roadster...

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