2014 aston martin vanquish 2014 aston martin vanquish
dec 14, 2012

2014 aston martin vanquish

2014 aston martin ‘vanquish’
image courtesy of autoblog

 

 

after a five year model hiatus, british automotive manufacturers aston martin have brought back to life the vanquish.
equipped with a naturally aspirated 6.0-liter V12 engine producing 565 horsepower and generating 457 LB-FT torque,
the new 2014 aston reaches 0 to 62mph (100 km/h) in 3.9 seconds, maxing out at 183 mph ( 295 km/h). the interior
cockpit is outfitted with a full-grain leather package, alcantara and polished aluminum, featuring a premium 1000-watt
bang & olufsen 15-speaker audio system. 

 

 

front view
image courtesy of autoblog 

 

 

rear view
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driver side view
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3/4 front passenger view
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3/4 rear driver view
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taillight detail with matte orange finish
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naturally aspirated 6.0 liter v12 engine
image courtesy of autoblog 

 

 

full leather interior
image courtesy of autoblog  

  • A-M is slowly becoming more Oriental. This one is getting puffy and full of distracting gimmicks. 2007-09 will become classics.

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • Paint it black and put it on my drive!

    Andy says:
  • agree with Jim. Loose the flabby unecessary bits. AM peaked with the baby V8, most stuff since has been poop

    james says:
  • hHo would listen to the audio when you have music of a V-12 coming through those twin pipes?

    James Smith says:
  • She got a fat ass. It looks like a kit-car. Body is to long for the wheelbase. Americans will love it.

    Robin says:
  • an exquisite automobile

    make mine titanium grey (easily done on AM’s superb interactive site)

    hell, Id settle for a Vantage

    dbkii says:
  • More Oriental? This isn’t a rug, and Oriental doesn’t define a race of people either. If anything, there are queues from Porsche to be seen, but that’s German, not to be confused with Oriental.

    Matt says:
  • Very nice! speed all over it. I can see the beast in it. true, there are queues from porsche in the tail of it, but I can’t say it´s more German in design (if that’s how to categories it….not that I think so) And the interior design needs some work, too small, everything too tight, there’s wear you code read some influence of a Japan´s design.

    manuel says:
  • oooooo its sooo sexy

    Trent C says:
  • I really like that Matte finish.

    Nicholaus says:
  • Nice try, but definitively Asian looking..

    Ivan says:
  • Beautiful. The interior needs work. The exterior and the interior is extremely incoherent.

    Rich Kim says:
  • I don’t think “queue” means what you guys think it does. Perhaps you meant it takes its “cues” from Porsche? Either way, it’s a pretty car.

    queue: A line or sequence of people or vehicles awaiting their turn to be attended to or to proceed.

    Patrick says:
  • At first glance, I thought it was a Mitsubishi Eclipse. Looks almost as if they slapped an AM logo on the grill and steering wheel of one.

    Ernesto says:
  • Loose usage of opinion will lose any credibility of unsolicited opinion.

    Roscoe Smith says:
  • Right Jim, a fat ass is to long for, but clearly not to your taste.

    Roscoe Smith says:
  • Look stunning & beautiful.i want to drive it.

    meraj says:
  • I agree with Ernesto. From the side the back looks almost identical to a gen 3 eclipse.

    george says:
  • Yup, I’m with you. Don’t a 1000 watt car system when you the V12 to listen to, now that’s music to the ears.

    Erwin says:
  • Beautiful automobile, no matter what some jealousors think. (like my new word?) Yes I am American and if that’s a fat ass, well I like it!

    Lt Dan Davis says:
  • Paint It Blue and put at my house this car is immensely Beautiful and the Engine Is a 6.0 V12 Engine

    michael dodan says:
  • This is strangely looking like some Detroit machines that sleek nose is similar.

    Dean Moore says:
  • beautiful car

    Vishnujeganth Arulsundaram says:
  • 565 horsepower but I prefer cars without computers and plastic. I prefer no electronics at all and wooden floorboards and a trunk for a trunk. (40 horsepower Model A)

    Ross Blankert says:
  • As the owner of an ’05 Pontiac GTO with a 400 hp 6.0 litre – 366 c.i.d. power plant, I can tell you without prejudice that to win the race, good skills are as beneficial as horsepower. Spinning tires go nowhere.

    mardabo says:
  • What a beautiful car… I love it inside and out.

    Chris Stephens says:
  • Lovely Car!!

    VinPro elegance says:
  • Nice ride, i got here a Gray Oldsmobile old timer car check it out: http://freehdwallpapers.be/gray-oldsmobile-old-timer-car/

    Jean says:
  • It looks like a 48 valve V24 you known similar to V8 I mean 0 to 100 in 2

    Dennis Max says:
  • the most beautiful car

    sola thang says:
  • the color is so cute.. like this

    delsackandco.com says:
  • I definitely like this one , but matte black wrap would be a CLASSIC!

    Harsh says:
  • Call me old fashioned, but I am not going with the matt finish. (Amazingly beautiful car.)

    Bruce Doxey says:
  • I have owned my Jaguar xjs ‘Insignia’ for 13yrs.The ‘Insignia’ was a special order 1992 to 1994. The paint is ‘Lavender Metallic Insignia’and the trim ‘Silk white’,with grey piping. Only 38 Xjs Insignia where produced,so it is very rare.Have had dozens of offers to purchase it. Not likely.

    Roy smith says:
  • Mine will have to be right hand drive for NewZealand roads don’t care what colour.

    Rangi Eparaima says:

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