Aston Martin V8 Vantage S '15
Aston Martin V8 Vantage S '15
Appears in Gran Turismo Sport
Manufacturer Aston Martin
Displacement 4735 cc
Drivetrain FR
Max Power 429 BHP
Length 4385 mm
Width 2022 mm
Height 1260 mm
Weight 1,610 kilograms (3,500 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 3.75 kg (8.3 lb) per horsepower

The Aston Martin V8 Vantage S '15 is a road car produced by Aston Martin. It first appears in Gran Turismo Sport.


Thirty-two colors are available for this car:

  • Divine Red
  • Diavolo Red
  • Volcano Red
  • Madagascar Orange
  • Selene Bronze
  • Yellow Tang
  • Sunburst Yellow
  • Appletree Green
  • Hardly Green
  • Mako Blue
  • Sea Storm
  • Concours Blue
  • Cobalt Blue
  • Ocellus Teal
  • Midnight Blue
  • Mariana Blue
  • Marron Black
  • Kopi Bronze
  • Quantum Silver
  • Onyx Black
  • Jet Black
  • Meteorite Silver
  • Hammerhead Silver
  • China Grey
  • Tungsten Silver
  • Arizona Bronze
  • Silver Blonde
  • Stratus White
  • Lightning Silver
  • Skyfall Silver
  • Silver Fox
  • Morning Frost White

In-game descriptionEdit

The third generation Vantage came 5 years after the 2nd generation model ended production, debuting in 2005. The Vantage had been positioned as the high-performance model previously, but the new model was placed as the low-end model of the lineup; with a strategic price tag that was surprisingly low for an Aston Martin.

The 3rd generation Vantage was sometimes referred to as the 'baby Aston' for this reason, but its targeted rival was now the Porsche 911. For this reason, this Vantage was developed to truly pursue driving performance of a front engine rear wheel drive sportscar. The basic structure of the flowing coupe body carried over from the DB7 is a unique bonded aluminium space frame called the VH platform, started from the DB9 announced in the previous year. Lighter than the 2nd generation Vantage by almost 400 kg, the car weighs in at 1,570 kg.

The power unit is a naturally aspirated V8 based on the model from the Jaguar XK. In actuality it has been so modified that the only thing in common is the shape of the block, producing 379 BHP from 4.3 litres. Gradual improvements brought the power up to 400 BHP in 2007, and in 2008 the displacement was increased to 4.7 litres with 420 BHP. In 2011 it was further increased to 429 BHP.

The high-performance Vantage S is the car powered by this 429 BHP version of the engine. Not only is it 9 BHP more powerful than the standard model, the dampers, springs and bushings are stiffer, with a quicker steering gear ratio that makes it more suited for sports driving overall.


GT SportEdit

This car can be purchased in the Aston Martin section of Brand Central for 180,000 Credits.



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