Aston Martin is planning to name the successor of the DBS supercar the Vanquish, once the model will be launched in 2013.
Even if there is no official word on this subject from the British based automaker for the moment, the guys at carmagazine.co.uk are saying that the successor of the Aston Martin DBS will be named the Aston Martin Vanquish, just like the vehicle produced between 2001 and 2007 and succeeded by the DBS. A first glimpse into what the successor of the Aston Martin DBS will look like has been already shown a week ago at the 2012 Concorso d’Elegance Villa d’Este in Italy, where the Aston Martin Project AM310 concept car has been revealed.
The all-new Aston Martin Vanquish is expected to be officially presented to the public this August, in California, during the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and the new supercar should hit showrooms worldwide in 2013. Before we can say “goodbye” to the current DBS, a special edition of the British supercar has been revealed and the model has been named the DBS Ultimate Edition. The Aston Martin DBS Ultimate has been priced at 287,576 USD for the Coupe and 302,576 USD for the Volante and only 100 units of the model will be offered globally. The supercar will hit the production line in early June.