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Aston Martin Vanquish returns with a new 824bhp V12 engine



Iconic nameplate set for a powerful revival in flagship GT

Aston Martin is set to revive its iconic Vanquish nameplate with a potent new V12 engine, marking the return of its flagship grand tourer.

The next-generation Aston Martin Vanquish will be powered by an impressive 824bhp V12 engine, offering a substantial increase in power compared to its predecessor, the DBS. With 738 lb-ft of torque, the new Vanquish promises to deliver exhilarating performance.

This robust power output positions the new Vanquish as one of the most powerful production Astons to date, surpassing even the high-performance DBS Ultimate edition and rivalling the exclusive Victor and Valkyrie hypercar.

The upgraded V12 engine has undergone extensive redevelopment, featuring a reinforced cylinder block, redesigned cylinder heads, and reprofiled camshafts. Along with new intake and exhaust ports, the engine boasts enhanced combustion for improved efficiency.

Moreover, turbochargers have been optimized for greater responsiveness, delivering enhanced throttle response and performance.

While specific details about the engine’s displacement remain undisclosed, Aston Martin assures that the new powertrain will offer unparalleled performance and efficiency.

The company confirms that the Vanquish will spearhead a series of exclusive models utilizing this new V12 engine. These models will feature strictly limited production runs, highlighting Aston Martin’s commitment to handcrafted precision and exclusivity.

Roberto Fedeli, Chief Technical Officer at Aston Martin, expressed enthusiasm for the new V12 engine, describing it as the dawn of a new era for the marque. Fedeli emphasized the engine’s symbolic significance, representing both power and technical excellence.

Spy shots of the Vanquish undergoing testing reveal a distinct visual overhaul, featuring wider vents, a larger front grille, and an aggressive front splitter, hinting at the car’s enhanced performance capabilities.

The rear of the Vanquish showcases a larger diffuser for improved aerodynamics and a quad-exit exhaust setup, replacing the previous twin-exit design.

The power increase is expected to be complemented by comprehensive chassis enhancements, offering improved cornering performance and track capabilities.

Aston Martin aims to distinguish the Vanquish from its siblings, the DB12 and Vantage, ensuring each model possesses its unique character and performance attributes.

With its potent V12 engine and unmistakable design, the new Aston Martin Vanquish is poised to make a bold statement in the supercar market, reaffirming Aston Martin’s position as a leading manufacturer of high-performance sports cars


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