The 2015 Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT became the least-expensive and most focussed Aston Martin since the 1980s. If you want an Aston Martin, it is pretty obvious that you have to save every penny. Although by the fall of 2015, prospective buyers needed to save less as Aston Martin introduced the new and totally magnificent V8 Vantage GT for an exceptional price. The coupe became available for just $102,725, while the roadster could be purchased for $177,225, that being a saving of $18,500 over the standard V8 Vantage.
Quite the Deal by Aston Martin Standards
The new Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT has an applicably bad-ass look and in any of its five colour options its super eye-catchy. So, whether you drive the Speedway White with silver, Mariana Blue with silver, Skyfall Silver with anthracite, the Jet Black with silver or the Allora Green with white, heads will be turning in awe of your wheels.
No matter how you look at it, the Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT is a high watermark in the world of most amazing designs. It will never look dated and is one of those so rare, it’s as classically modern as it was from the start. But of course, the Vantage GT comes with some added flair with its accent stripes, pillar/roof, rocker panels and it looks simply sensational with yellow accents.
Sophisticated, Stylish, Classy simply Tasteful
You would not always describe the interiors of Aston Martins as functional bliss, but then no one really mind since they are works of neoclassical art, it favours beauty, and it is just so unlike mass market cars. While the interior is simply gorgeous, driving becomes more theatrical, and at the same time, the attention to detail makes any UX pro go insane. There is no doubt that it is the car that any driver goes bananas for and once you sit in the driver seat there is that feeling that you’re in something special, classy, stylish, sophisticated and upmarket.
What You Should Expect of the Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT Sound Wise
It doesn’t come standards with the Olufsen & Bang mega stereo experience, and you’ll be more than fine with it, as for the engine, expect to be torn. It sounds marvellous, and it is throaty with the perfect amount of rasp. There is no denial to the fact that it’s a great and the most gorgeous in its class, every single angle of the Aston Martin V8 Vantage is just perfect, it feels amazing, looks fantastic and its sound gives you goosebumps.
It is the last of the Aston Martin V8 Vantage range, and fans should enjoy it while they can as it will leave behind a post-Vantage world with so much less style, beauty, less mechanical theatre, less emotion. There are cars like the Viper or Porsche that can probably compete with it but still, there is the “it” factor, and we all know that the Aston Martin has it and the rest can simply not match it.