Aston Martin introduced a new powerful V12 Vantage Roadster

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Author: Chanchal Halder

Aston Martin, the British premium sports car manufacturer, has unveiled the V12 Vantage Roadster.

It is a modified version of the first-generation Vantage roadster with a V12 powerplant.

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Aston Martin V12 Vantage Roadster Specs

This might be the company's final V12 vehicle. The corporation will only sell 249 units of it.

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The initial car will be delivered in the fourth quarter of current budget year. It has a V12 motor with a displacement of 5.2 litres.

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Maximum power output of 700 PS and a max torque output of 753 Nm.

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To save weight, the far bumper, shell hood, front fenders, and front sills are built of carbon fibre.

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The new seats have also significantly reduced its weight. In the automobile, a light battery has also been placed.

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The vehicle's load has also been reduced by around 7.2 kg as a result of the improved exhaust system.

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The brake has 6 piston callipers for the front and 4 pistons callipers in the rear.

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To decrease brake wear, the company has employed carbon ceramic brakes.

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It transfers its power to the actual wheels. The damper technology is the same as on a standard vantage.

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The alloy are 21 inches long. The front tyres are 275/35 R21, while the rear tyres are 315/30 R21.

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As a Limited Edison, the business has announced that it will only sell 249 units.

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It is also worth mentioning that these 249 units were totally sold before to manufacture.

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V12 Vantage Roadster price is unlikely to alter significantly, and it might range between Rs 2.70 crores and Rs 3 crores.

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