Aston Martin Vantage Roadster

The Aston Martin Vantage Roadster was launched on the Centennial A3

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Aston Martin launched a limited edition Vantage Roadster with special design effects, marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of the automaker’s oldest sports car, the A3. The new Vantage Roadster was commissioned by Aston Martin’s HWM dealer, which is its oldest retailer. HWM collaborates with Aston Martin’s custom Q department. The new Aston Martin Vantage Roadster will receive an upside-down appearance update, and the British automaker will only produce three.

The limited-edition Aston Martin Vantage Roadster launched a model with unique design clues to commemorate the centennial of the company’s oldest sports car, the A3. The redesigned Vantage was commissioned jointly by Aston Martin’s HWM dealer (its oldest retailer) and the company’s custom Q department. The limited-edition Vantage Roadster A3 has appearance changes both inside and outside. AMG V8 turbo engine.


The custom treatment is inspired by the 1921 model, including a black grille with aluminum rims, black exterior paint, and black 20-inch forged wheels with bronze brake calipers. Inside, you can see chestnut brown leather and stitching, and the brand name embroidered with traditionally inspired text, as shown in the original. The edges of the Vantage instrument are also cast in brass, and the original design of the Aston Martin logo runs through.


The original A3 model was restored to its original factory specifications by pre-war Aston expert Ecurie Bertelli and was later purchased by the Aston Martin Heritage Trust in 2002. It will be exhibited at the Centennial Celebration on February 26. In June, and a few rare Aston Martins. Role model. Also participating in the event were other pre-war Aston Martin and Lagonda vehicles, the V8 show car, the Gaydon era sports car, and the current model series of the British company.

Engine and gearbox

Mechanically, the limited edition Vantage Roadster will be consistent with its standard sibling models. Under the hood is Mercedes-AMG’s 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbocharged engine, which can produce 503 horsepower and 685 Nm of maximum torque. The engine is used in conjunction with an eight-speed automatic transmission. This Roadster can reach a three-digit speed in about 3.5 seconds, which in turn can reach a top speed of 306 km/h.