Aston Martin Racing revealed the 2011 model year of the already impressive Vantage GT4. As you can see from the photos, the new car is inspired by the Aston Martin V12 Vantage road car, and promises to offer better aerodynamics as well as increased downforce.
Furthermore, the car comes with a remapped 4.7 litre engine offering increased levels of power and torque.
Just like the current Vantage GT4 mode, which made its debut in 2009, the 2011 model is based on the V8 Vantage road car, which means that we will see the same key attributes such as the aluminium chassis, base engine and suspension design.
Moreover, the car will offer engine and aero upgrades, but for the first time, the customers can choose the race-developed Bosch ABS and traction control system. The new system has been developed and optimized by Bosch Motorsport in order to deliver race-enhanced performance in both wet and dry conditions.
The new splitter installed on the car increases the downforce at the front, and channels cooling air to the brakes and radiator. At the rear end, the car comes with a V12 larger boot ‘flip’, which works together with a new carbon fibre diffuser and rear underfloor.
The redesigned underfloor also channels more air through a new rear-mounted high capacity transmission oil cooler.