The Aston Martin Vantage has all that you need in a decent games vehicle: drop-dead flawless looks, a rambunctious twin-turbocharged V8, an elegant inside, and even a lively seven-speed manual alternative. The main thing missing from the present model is a removable rooftop – well, not any longer. Today the Aston Martin Vantage Roadster presentations, and it drops the “Volante” name just because.
With a similar twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 as the car, the Aston Martin Vantage Roadster produces 503 strength (375 kilowatts) and 505 pound-feet (685 Newton-meters) of torque. All that force goes through an eight-speed ZF programmed transmission to the back wheels, giving the Vantage Roadster a 60 mile-per-hour (96 kilometers for every hour) run of 3.7 seconds. That is only a tick more slow than the car, which arrives in 3.5 seconds.
On account of an exceptional and lightweight “Z-Fold” rooftop component, the Vantage Roadster increases only 132 pounds (60 kilograms) over its fixed-rooftop partner and has the quickest rooftop activity of any consequently collapsing convertible at a bargain today. It takes 6.7 seconds to put the rooftop level, and 6.8 seconds to raise it back up once more, all at rates of up to 31 miles for each hour (50 kilometers for every hour). What’s more, discussing speed, the Vantage Roadster can hit 190 mph completely (306 kmh).
Be that as it may, the Vantage Roadster can accomplish something other than straight-line speed. The droptop gets extra supporting and acquires the equivalent versatile suspension, torque vectoring, and electronic back differential as the roadster. Also it despite everything offers the decision of three driving modes: Sport, Sport + and Track.