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The New Aston Martin V12 Vantage Roadster Is Revealed With 200-MPH Top Speed

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This is the final hurrah for a very special type of car.

Think about it: 12 cylinders of British performance power under the hood in front of you, and a roof that comes down to give you a truly exhilarating driving experience: what more could you want? That sounds like a dream car, and dream cars are Aston Martin’s specialty, which is why as the V12 engine slowly and painfully fades out of the car world, Aston Martin has given us the V12 Vantage Roadster, which is going to be one of the final and most incredible examples of the beloved engine, especially in convertible cars.

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Aston Martin has gone to lengths to make this one of its most special models ever, by limiting it to 249 examples, all of which were sold before release due to incredible demand, and also making it the first Vantage Roadster to feature its 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V12, which produces a whopping 690 horsepower and 555 lb/ft of torque, and that makes it the most powerful Vantage Roadster ever. With a wide-body design, a 3.5-second 0-60 time, top speed of 200 mph, carbon ceramic brakes, and more unique attributes inside and out, this car is sure to be remembered for its beauty, performance, and its V12 power. Since all of the examples of the car have been sold already, Aston Martin says that deliveries are set to start at the end of this year, with production starting in Q3 2022. Its 249 lucky owners are about to experience a true automotive legend very soon.


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