The 20201 Aston Martin Vantage Roadster has been officially unveiled, and it just might be the sleekest open-top model the automaker has made yet. It’s powered by the same twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine from the coupe producing 503 hp and 505 lb-ft of torque on tap, paired with an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission sending power to the rear wheels. The vehicle can hit 60 mph in 3.7 seconds, while topping out a 190 mph. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
On the suspension side, it comes equipped with adaptive damping, dynamic stability control, dynamic torque vectoring, and electronic rear differential from the coupe, complete with Sport, Sport+, and Track driving modes. The Sport, Sport+ and Track powertrain modes retained from the Coupe gives you the ability to progressively increase the car’s overall responsiveness and excitement, making the vehicle feel at home on road or at the race track. Prices start from £126,950 in the UK, €157,300 in Germany and $161,000 in USA, with first deliveries of the Vantage Roadster set for Q2 2020.
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Convertible sports cars are often seen as compromised when compared to their Coupe equivalents, but the Vantage Roadster remains absolutely dedicated true to its mission of delivering precise, agile and expressive handling dynamics combined with stonking straight-line performance. And of course, there’s the added dimension of driving a great-sounding sports car with the roof down,” said Matt Becker, Aston Martin chief engineer.