This New Vantage Coupé - understatement or not - attracts all eyes in all black. The fact that it is one of the brand-new models in the model range of the British noble brand, which loudly draws attention to itself with a whopping 510 hp and for a short time discards any understatement, should make Aston Martin fans' hearts swell! And also the extremely noble cockpit made of the finest leather and switches in glass optics knows how to absolutely inspire - Aston Martin has rarely been more beautiful rent...
The Aston Martin New Avantage is the right supercar, if..
You do not attach importance to necessarily stand out - But connoisseurs know exactly why an Aston Martin is so incredibly desirable. If you want to feel the aura of James Bond, you simply can't get around this sports car - So better rent an Aston Martin today!
History of the Aston Martin New Avantage
Aston Martin is a British manufacturer of luxury sports cars and grand tourers, founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford. The company's name is derived from Martin's last name and the Aston Clinton Hillclimb in Buckinghamshire, England, where Martin and Bamford first competed with their modified Singer cars. In the early years, Aston Martin produced high-performance touring cars for racing and endurance events, including early models such as the CC, the International and the Le Mans. In 1922, the company moved to Feltham, Middlesex, where it would remain for the next 60 years. In 1947, industrialist David Brown bought Aston Martin and set about transforming the company into a leading manufacturer of high-performance sports cars. Under Brown's leadership, Aston Martin developed iconic models such as the DB2, DB4 and DB5, the latter of which famously appeared in the James Bond films. In the 1970s and 1980s, Aston Martin struggled with financial difficulties and changing ownership, including Ford. However, the company continued to produce high-performance sports cars, including the V8 Vantage, DB7 and DB9. In 2007, Aston Martin was purchased by a consortium led by Prodrive founder David Richards. Since then, the company has expanded its lineup to include the Vantage, DBS, Rapide and Vanquish. In recent years, Aston Martin has also launched its first SUV, the DBX. Today, Aston Martin remains a leading luxury sports car manufacturer with a rich history of producing iconic and high-performance models.