Since the British company was founded all the way back in 1913, Aston Martin has made a name for itself by making some of the most stylish and luxurious exotic sedans on the market. The Vantage nameplate has appeared several times throughout the brand’s history, first as a high-performance variant tag and then as its own model for the first time in 1972 on a model that only had 71 units built. The second Vantage ran from 2005 to 2018 – with both V8 and V12 models being offered – before being redesigned for 2019. We often have used Vantage models available here in North Miami Beach FL, if you think you might be interested in one for yourself.
As we already mentioned, there have been several different Vantage vehicles throughout the years. Those vintage models from the ‘70s are incredibly rare today, but it would not be a stretch for some of the 2005-2018 models to float through our inventory, nor the newest iterations. For the new model, only one variant has been introduced thus far, the Vantage AMR. This variation of the new Vantage is a track-focused model, offering all sorts of enhanced performance features and specs.
For the previous Vantage models, a great number of variants were introduced through the decade-plus. Variants included the Roadster, Prodrive V8 Vantage, N400, N420, V8 Vantage S, N430, GT, Vantage GT8, V12 Vantage, V12 Vantage S, V12 Zagato, Vantage GT12, Vantage GT12 Roadster, Vantage AMR Pro and the Vantage V600. There was a Vantage made to fit almost any driver’s needs, and many of them were personalized with custom colors throughout the interior.
Many of these variants are rare and less likely to pass through our inventory, but we’ve seen quite a few “ordinary” Aston Martin Vantage models in our showroom – which are anything but ordinary. If you think you’re interested in one of your own, be sure to let us know.