Aston Martin Vantage By Wheelsandmore

Mar 25, 2019

Category: Rides

Much to the chagrin of power-hungry maniacs everywhere, Aston Martin has no plans to equip their current Vantage model with a V12 engine — leaving the car with a maximum of 503 bhp. But not all hope is lost, as the German tuners at Wheelsandmore have figured out a few tweaks that will make the speedfreaks salivate.

Courtesy of a bigger turbocharger, new exhaust system, and a modification of the Engine Control Unit, the Bavarian mad scientists have managed to juice the V8 Vantage to an impressive 680 horsepower and 604 foot-pounds of torque — giving it a monstrous power-to-weight ration more akin to the DBS Superleggera. Alongside the performance tuning kits, the brand is also offering a slew of wheel upgrades measuring up at 21 and 22 inches, if you want to spice up your British street rocket even more. Reach out to Wheelsandmore for pricing and availability.

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