Aston Martin Vantage gains dashing look and impressive power from Startech

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Aston Martin Vantage by Startech tuning

Last year, German based tuning company Startech worked their magic on DB11. Now, they have selected another Aston Martin to give it a breath of fresh air. Aston Martin Vantage by Startech is going to thrill crowd at Geneva Motor Show. Aston Martin Vantage is powered with Mercedes sourced twin-turbo 4.0 liter V8 engine and offers 503hp and 775Nm of torque in stock guise. However, Startech managed to make the engine offer an impressive 591hp and 775Nm of torque. This is attributed to Startech’s PowerXtra SP 600 performance kit.

Aston Martin Vantage by Startech tuning

Thanks to these changes, it can sprint from 0-62mph in 3.4 seconds instead of 3.7 seconds. Top speed of tuned Aston Martin Vantage is also increased to 199 mph from 195mph. Elegant shape of Aston Martin Vantage has been crafter more. It is evident from two inserts have been places for the large intake up front, available as PUR variants or made from naked carbon with either a glossy or matte coating. The same material is also used for air vents behind the front wheel arches, and also for the side mirror caps.

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The rear of Aston Martin Vantage consists of new diffuser which is also available as either a PUR-R-Rim or naked-carbon. Geneva version will flaunt carbon fiber version. Diffuser has four vertical fin design along with a central LED backup light like in Formula 1 and a pair of custom exhaust tips. Lastly, there is Monostar M 21 inch wheels that come in a five dual-spoke aesthetic and a stylized center nut available black, silver, red or blue anodized. Buyers who are looking for more personalization for Aston Martin Vantage can get in touch with Startech for unique upholstery with precision.

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