Aston Martin Vanquish 2023: Aston Martin has a long history of producing high-end, high-performance sports cars with front-mounted engines, but the company is now betting on a mid-engine future that includes the next-generation Vanquish. This radical shift in philosophy is still a couple of years away, but we have a few juicy details and plenty of hopeful speculation to keep us entertained in the meantime.
The new Vanquish will share the same basic design as the upcoming Valhalla and Valkyrie hypercars, but it will not be limited in production or cost millions of dollars. It will be powered by a new hybrid V-8 powertrain sourced from AMG. With its engine now located behind the driver, the 2025 Vanquish should be able to compete with rivals like the Ferrari F8 and McLaren 720S. Read this article for more detailed information of Aston Martin Vanquish 2023 specs, models, price and more.
Aston Martin Vanquish 2023: Price
We believe the next-generation Vanquish will cost around $300,000 when it is released. That’s a far cry from the seven-figure prices that Aston’s mid-engine hypercars will command, but it’s still out of reach for the vast majority of enthusiasts. Although we can’t say for certain, there’s a good chance the next Vanquish will have a roofless version to compete with rivals like the 720S’ retractable-roof models.
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Aston Martin Vanquish 2023: Engine
The Vanquish will most likely be powered by an AMG-sourced twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 paired with two electric motors to form a plug-in hybrid powertrain. This is a departure from the hybrid 3.0-liter V-6 that the company had planned to build in-house. While the Vanquish will have a version of the same powertrain as the Valhalla, we doubt it will produce the same 937 horsepower.
There’s even a chance that Aston will release an all-electric Vanquish. In any case, we expect it to have a bonded-aluminum spaceframe rather than the carbon-fiber tub used on the company’s hypercars. The concept’s lack of aggressive aerodynamic technology suggests that this Aston will be more of a grand tourer than its much more expensive track-focused siblings.
|Engine||4.0L Twin-Turbo V8 Gas||4.0L Twin-Turbo V8 Gas|
|Transmission||8-Speed Automatic||8-Speed Automatic|
|Drivetrain||Rear-Wheel Drive||Rear-Wheel Drive|
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