The all-new Aston Martin Vanquish, the successor of the DBS supercar, has been recently caught on camera with no camouflage on its body.
Aston Martin is currently working on a replacement for the impressive DBS model, but that’s no longer a surprise for anyone who is up to date with the automotive news. What’s mostly important is that the new supercar, which will be named the Vanquish, has been recently caught on camera, with no camouflage on its body, by the guys at autoblog.it, who have spotted it in Padua, a town in northern Italy.
Rumors are saying that the Aston Martin Vanquish will be made on a platform which won’t be radically changed but it will have enough room for a V12 engine, which will generate 573 HP instead of 517 HP, and a six-speed transmission. The Aston Martin Vanquish will be officially presented to the public in August, at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California, and it will hit showrooms worldwide in 2013. In order to celebrate the production stop of the DBS, Aston Martin has released a special edition of the supercar, named the DBS Ultimate Edition, which has been priced at $287,576 for the Coupe and $302,576 for the Volante. Only 100 units of the DBS Ultimate Edition will be offered and the model will hit the production line this month.