Aston Martin Vanquish returns as the DBS successor

Article by Christian Andrei, on June 4, 2012

As you may know already, Aston Martin showed at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este the Project AM 310, a concept car that previewed the next-generation DBS. Today, Car magazine managed to spy the next supercar and revealed the fact that the new vehicle will revive the Vanquish name.

For those who don’t know, the Aston Martin Vanquish was a major success for the British manufacturer and was sold from 2001 ‘till 2007.

The Vanquish was built under the leadership of Ulrich Bez, who was appointed as Aston Martin CEO back in 2000.

Moreover, the Vanquish pioneered the design style and technical hardware seen on the entire current Aston Martin range. Now, the Aston Martin Vanquish is back and promises to set a new standard on the market.

As you can see from the video and from the photos with the AM 310 project, the new Vanquish will get a rear spoiler integrated into the trunk as well as a new design. Moreover, under the hood we will find an impressive V12 engine. More details to be revealed as the car will be unveiled in summer 2012.

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