Aston Martin first signaled its objective towards dipping its toes in the SUV swimming pool back in March 2015 with the unveiling of the DBX concept. Shortly after that, a production variation of the high-riding vehicle from Gaydon was verified by high-ranked authorities, and then the company started a long journey to bring the DBX to the market with the same name as the concept before it while adding rear doors for much better practicality.
Vantage. An expressive name for a spectacular family of pureblood cars. For 7 decades the heart beat of Aston Martin's purest models, the Vantage nameplate has actually been used by some real icons. Initially utilized in 1951 on a high-output engine alternative for the DB2, Vantage was rapidly developed as a model in its own right. Emphasizes consist of the William Towns-designed V8 Vantage, magnificent twin-supercharged V600 Le Mans and the much-loved V8 Vantage. Today this powerful sporting dynasty is poised to strike new heights with the intro of the new 2019 Aston Martin Vantage.