Just 100 Aston Martin Vantage GTS models will be built in total and buying one in the U.S. will set you back $137,820.
Aston Martin has consolidated its Vantage lineup in the U.S., merging the V8 Vantage, Vantage S and Vantage GT into just on model: the GTS. Under the hood is a familiar 4.7-liter V8 with 430 horsepower and 361 lb-ft of torque, hooked to either a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed automated manual.
Opting for a roadster version of the new Vantage GTS is significantly more expensive, costing at least $152,320.
Each customer will be able to choose between the sport and lux trim lines for the Vantage. As can be expected, the sport trim comes with stiffer suspension tuned specifically for going around corners, while the lux version skips the sport suspension in favor have high-end looks.
Moving up to a V12 Vantage S will set you back by $202,820 with the new seven-speed manual, while automated manual transmission models will cost $191,620. Aston Martin customers can also pickup a new DB11 if they’re interested in more power, with that car starting at $214,820.
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