Aston Martin Vanquish 2015
Each year has seen Aston Martin release a newer version of the Vanquish for its second generation that started in 2012. This coupe has seen changes that go beyond understanding because of the perfection with which the first machine was crafted in 2012. When an iteration was announced the next year, nobody could put a finger on what they could do to better the design.
The grand tourer was first released in 2001 to succeed the Virage range that had played its whole life cycle and was getting old. The Vanquish is split in two generations. The first was conceived by designers, Ian Callum and Dilip Chhabria, who unveiled it at the 2001 Geneva Motor Show.
It stopped production in 2005 to make way for the Vanquish S that released in 2004. It came with an even powerful engine and tweaked aerodynamics for fluidity. The V12 Vanquish became extremely famous with its feature in the Bond movie, Die Another Day, in 2002.
The first version was followed by the 2013 Centenary Edition of the Vanquish. While people were still getting warmed up to the phenomenal class that these machines offered, they announced the release of another update, the Vanquish Volante in 2014.
The proposed 2015 Vanquish is available in two variants. One with a hardtop, and the other, a convertible coupe. While the internal mechanism remains the same with a AM29 V12 engine, the only difference would be in the exterior. The AM29 V12 engine is said to generate 568 horsepower and make 465 lb-ft of torque using the spanking new speed Touchtronic III automatic gearbox.