The British marque has been developing the facelifted Vantage for some time now and it is now reaching the end of its development journey as it will be officially unveiled on February 12 alongside the more hardcore, race-oriented GT3 version at an event at the F1 team's Silverstone factory where the the center of interest, from a sporting point of view, will be its new AMR24 car for this year's racing season.
As far as the Vantage is concerned, Aston Martin is currently releasing an image that captures a section of the front wing that retains the familiar air vents but in a different overall implementation.
Also based on the relevant spy shots of the model, apart from the aesthetic changes, what makes an impression on the new Vantage are the clearly increased tracks that carry along the design of the domes and will also enhance the sportier, image of the entry-level sportscar of the British.
Regardless of the design, what is also known about the new Vantage is that it will no longer be available in a V12 variant, meaning that the Mercedes-AMG-sourced V8 it will be equipped with will benefit from a generous power boost over the with the present of the model. In fact, the available information speaks of a power that will exceed 600 hp, a size increased even in relation to special versions of the recent past of the Vantage.
The above engine will de facto be combined with an automatic transmission, however, as Aston Martin promised and did last July with the Valour, it is possible that in the future there will be a limited special edition of the new Vantage that will bring back the three pedals to the delight of those who love the more traditional racing builds.