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Aston Martin Vanquish Vision Concept Supercar

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Mar 6, 2019

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‘Jaw-dropping’ is probably the most appropriate word to describe Aston Martin’s blockbuster list of announcements prior to this year’s Geneva Motor Show. And while each of the announcements is special in its own way, we’re most interested in the Vanquish Vision Concept Supercar.

A revival of the Vanquish name (and certainly an appropriate one), this beautifully-designed street rocked is more than just a cool idea — they’re actually sending it into production with a start date of 2022. What’s even more enticing is that this news means the Vanquish Vision will be the brand’s first-ever production mid-engine supercar. Aside from the concept images and timeline, there’s little other information presently unveiled. What we can tell you, however, is that the car is designed around an all-new V6 engine and features a completely bespoke bonded aluminum structure, rather than a carbon fiber one as in their other high-end performance vehicles. Set for an official unveiling at Geneva in a few days, this news has got us chomping at the bit for a better look.

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