So here we go again... you already saw the teaser and rumored the Coupé is next, huh? You were right!
As it is quite late, I'm tired and i won't find the right words to describe this sweet ride I really hope you accept some excerpts from Aston Martin's official press release...
About this creation
Aston Martin unveiled the production version of its eagerly awaited Aston Martin V8 Vantage at the 2005 Geneva International Motor Show on Tuesday 1st March. First shown as a concept car at the 2003 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Aston Martin AMV8 Vantage immediately caused a worldwide sensation as it allows Aston Martin to enter a new sector of the premium sports car market with a genuine alternative to other cars that are currently on offer.
It will be built at Aston Martin's Headquarters at Gaydon, Warwickshire, UK, and completes the current Aston Martin line-up. This now comprises the flagship Aston Martin Vanquish S, the elegant Aston Martin DB9 and the agile Aston Martin V8 Vantage.
STYLING & DESIGN
The exterior of the Aston Martin V8 Vantage is beautiful and perfectly proportioned from every angle with a low purposeful stance. Each carefully detailed feature provides graphic evidence of the painstaking craftsmanship and quality, which is synonymous with the Aston Martin marque.
The long bonnet and two-seater cabin creates an instantly recognisable stance, while minimal front and rear overhangs, combined with a wide track, appear to push the rear wheels out and enhance the extremities of the bodywork. At the rear a hatchback offers practicality not normally found in sports cars of this type.
Woooohoooo, a psychedelic wallpaper!
Offered with an imaginative combination of different leathers, contemporary fabrics and aluminium, Aston Martin V8 Vantage customers will have an extensive choice of standard body and trim colours from which to choose.
Inside, Aston Martin's craftsmanship is matched to striking 21st century style. The dials are made from aluminium, and together with the switchgear have a very distinct design and unique Aston Martin look and feel.
The Aston Martin V8 Vantage is a two-seater, with the rear environment offering a large luggage shelf area accessed by a tailgate.
Note the flipping hat rack
The advanced quad-cam 32-valve engine is individually hand assembled by skilled Aston Martin technicians at the company's new engine production facility in Cologne, Germany, where every Aston Martin engine, including the V12 for Vanquish S and DB9, is built.
The all new 380 bhp engine is a 4.3 litre, low emissions all aluminium alloy V8, unique to Aston Martin. This new V8 uses the latest technology to deliver outstanding performance in all environments.
So much about the rather boring press release... Nevertheless we hope you enjoyed the V8 Vantage Coupé presentation. For now we say "Goodbye!" with yet another obligatory wallpaper shot.
And before I forget: this one is also a MOC by Sven
Hey, are you kidding? You're still there...?!
Come on, there's nothing more ... go home!
OK, another "Guess-what"-teaser... you knew this will happen, right?
Dude this car is amazing i love the interior and the style and color. Oh and don't forget the trunk space so much.....I don't want to push you but if your up for it i would like the instructions to this moc. Joanahlee29@gmail.com
Can you please tell me if you have an instruction sheet that I can purchase from you for the Aston Martin V8 Vantage V8. I own a real Vantage and I love legos! It would be great to have such a beautiful lego model. Well done!
Awesome!!. Aston Martin's are very hard to build From Lego. It is clearly a V8 vantage, so the shape is spot-on. The details of both exterior as interior are great and the finishing touch of your creation.
So a deserved 5/5 score. Would an aston martin rapide not something to build as a possible next creation? ;)
p.s. I have uploaded my latetst creation since a while, please check it out.
Fantastic! I think this one is my favorite, the coupe design is well done, and I love the look of white on this car. Great attention to detail, and great job with the working features. Also, I love the gentle curve of the roof line, just perfect. Wonderful!
What a fantastic moc!. The overall shape is spot-on and the attention to detail is excellent. I love its clean lines. The integration between the roofline, c-pillar and rear wing is absolutely fantastic – one of the hardest parts to recreate (of any car) in my opinion. I very impressive moc. Can’t wait to see your next post.
And now the coupé, wow! General shaping, engine and interior are equal, so they are equally awesome! The roof is new and it's really cool. The shaping is excellent, especially the C pillar and the rear side window. Great job, again! :-))
Another INCREDIBLE car from you guys. You utilize relatively straightforward 'brick built' techniques, and yet the results are always absolutely perfect - accuracy is always 100%. A tremendous MOC, 10/10
I have got to say that this Aston Martin is the best I have seen yet.The shape is just perfect and you managed to capture the essence of the car.I am amazed by this.And I cannot wait for your next Aston Martin,the DBR9.
Wow, I actually like this even more than the convertible version. It's so beautiful! Gorgeous, just gorgeous... I really think this is a perfect car. The proportions are perfect and the details are spot on. I can't wait to see that race car. Stop teasing us! Haha you're leaving us in suspense! -LB Jr.