Aston Martin Vanquish AM 310 (2013)

CARBARN | Aston Martin Vanquish AM 310 (2013) | Aston Martin CEO Dr Ulrich Bez said "Vanquish AM 310 is the ultimate expression of Aston Martin design ethics, engineering capability, innovation and technology, which offers luxury accommodation, a continent across the driving ability and pure emotion, without compromise.Having the same name as the iconic V12 Vanquish PM who did so much to cement the reputation of the Aston Martin as a great GT car manufacturer in modern times, I think the car has today since most of this great British brand is at the top in its class. Powered by a. Significantly revised naturally aspirated 6.0-liter V12 petrol engine mated to the proven six-speed Touchtronic 2 automatic gearbox, the new car offers impressive performance numbers correctly The peak power of 565 hp V12 (573 hp), is the production model more powerful Aston Martin yet, outmuscled by only $ 1.2 million strictly limited edition One-77 supercar. The raw statistics speak for themselves: 573 hp at 6750 rpm, 620 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm, 0-62 mph in 4.1 seconds and a top speed of 183 mph instead of the Aston Martin Vanquish firmly in supercar territory. 


The latest engineering methods, innovative technologies and generally underrated classic British design together to make new muscle Vanquish a true super GT. For example, each panel of the car body is constructed from carbon fiber due to its high strength and flexibility weight form. Designed and built by hand in Aston Martin's global headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire in the new Vanquish is available as a 2 2 0 or 2, is located on top of a wide range of world-class sports cars, including the elegant DB9, V8 Vantage sports and luxury four-door Rapide. Aston Martin Vanquish AM 310 Design Aston Martin is known in the automotive industry for the supreme beauty of their cars. The visual language of a modern Aston Martin is highly distinctive, timeless but appealing. When the committee for the new Aston Martin Vanquish AM 310 came Marek and his team began working to improve the external fluid lines of a classic GT and Aston Martin to create a modern interpretation of the Vanquish. Inspired by the One-77 supercar flagship, the team worked to develop this project language and create a worthy successor to the sport of the 21st century, the Vanquish nickname.

The result is a new Aston Martin Vanquish clearly maintains the presence of his father, but he offers a package much more refined and functional. With the exception of the now depleted One-77 supercar, and limited edition Zagato V12, the Vanquish AM 310 is for high-end models from Aston Martin. Combining the aggressive lines of the One-77 with the elegant form of the Rapide and DB9, Vanquish the new look sets the standard for today's luxury GT cars. The car has a stronger position, but not overtly aggressive. A ring of the quasi-continuous carbon fiber exposed at the base of the car, as a carbon fiber separator, the side skirts catch carbon fiber light diffuser and forcing back of carbon fibers. This highlights the dynamic sports car and making it seem more planted. Each body panel on the new Vanquish is constructed from carbon fiber, due to its high strength and flexibility weight form. It was designed and is built to move with the elegant precision of the car. As with the exterior, the design team were hired to redesign the interior of the Vanquish to give a quality finish more complete and higher. Introduce a wide selection of materials and finishes that are now available in Vanquish, the interior finish is available in a wide range of materials, including the bridge of Weir Leather Luxmil thin, semi-aniline leather and Alcantara, all expertly hand-sewn by some of the world's most experienced artisans.

The new design is sleeker with a more elegant finish to complement the rest of the interior. A direct descendant of the cell center One-77 Aston Martin Vanquish 310 AM set-up has familiar elements, such as the start button the engine ECU, and the selection buttons for speed, which introduced a new infotainment system and a project much more user-friendly. The Aston Martin Vanquish is available with seating configurations, is 2 +0 or 2 +2. As with all Aston Martin sports cars, the need for a perfect balance, stability, high performance, handling capacity and reduce the curb weight defined the new Vanquish. Full use of the body panels from carbon fiber for the first time in an Aston Martin Vanquish highlight the new powers as a truly innovative model. Considerable efforts have been made to limit the weight of the new car, which contributes to their impressive performance, handling and significantly improved power to weight ratio. At the heart of the new car is the latest iteration of the Aston Martin is a 6.0 liter V12. As is usual with all modern Aston Martin sports car engine is hand assembled in the factory Aston Martin engine dedicated to Cologne, Germany. The Vanquish uses the latest generation of Aston Martin first class VH (Vertical Horizontal) architecture, a lightweight aluminum on providing exceptional strength and rigidity.

The architecture has been redesigned to control weight and improve packaging. Engineers used the extensive use of advanced materials and processes - some directly derived from the aerospace industry - for weight control and optimize the experience of driving the new car. A first Aston Martin, carbon fiber is used to make each outer panel. The race car inspired technology offers advantages in weight and stiffness of the body, but more importantly, played a key role in achieving the project Vanquish. There are no restrictions on form or shape in using carbon fiber," says Marek Reichman, design director of Aston Martin, and the material allowed us to complete the bodywork around the 20-inch wheels and maintain the precise relationship between the wheel and body. Each panel has been carefully sculpted to direct the airflow around the car, the engine and to help cool the braking system. The elements of carbon fiber are produced using advanced manufacturing techniques developed from the aerospace and motoring. The decision process of the panel also offers exceptional surface finish. The application of a layer of epoxy 200 microns and the glass panel provides a class-A surface which is in line with the traditional Aston Martin high quality finishes. In the car, the weave patterns on components made from exposed carbon fiber have been carefully selected to present the most harmonious surfaces.

The new AM Aston Martin Vanquish 310 is actually 25% torsionally more rigid than the DBS output that is very resistant to bending and to allow responsive handling and predictable. Teams of engineers from Aston Martin have been working hard to minimize the weight off the wheelbase of the new car to reduce the inertia twist. Now less than 19 mm in the body, repositioned the engine Vanquish improves both agility and handling. Prior to the mid-mounted engine and rear car mid-providing deck mounted an almost perfect weight distribution: 85% by weight of the car is placed in its wheelbase. To take full advantage of its new architecture precise and rigid, the Aston Martin Vanquish AM 310 uses a battery of sophisticated technologies, including for the first time in an Aston Martin, a motorsports derivatives Launch Control system. Once in motion, the Vanquish has a plethora of dynamic assistance, including electronic stability control and positive torque to help realize their potential and offer a wonderful learning experience, controlled by Experience refined Grand Tourer. The latest iteration of the Aston Martin Adaptive Damping System (ADS) allows the driver to switch between three damping modes: Sport, Normal and track, offering instantaneous adjustment of the race car and the handling characteristics.

The Vanquish is equipped with the new generation Pirelli P-Zero tires that were developed specifically for the car and new 20-inch wheels in light alloy. Braking system of the third generation car has Brembo carbon ceramic matrix (CCM) brakes provide shorter stopping distances with fatigue resistance, even under the most demanding driving. CCM brakes are also lighter than a conventional system, reducing the total weight of the car, and particularly the weight and unsprung masses of rotation, which increases the performance of the suspension. The front brakes use 398 mm x 36 mm TLC brake discs and brake pads front big brake calipers with six pistons of the One-77, while the rear brakes use 360 mm x 32 mm discs CCM brakes with four-piston caliper. Craft Warning, to detail and intelligent design and engineering techniques to combine the Vanquish GT to provide exceptional quality.September leathers are used in each Vanquish to create a luxurious sports car. The retailer uses sewing will not see any other car and comes with a host of state-of-the-art, specially developed for Aston Martin. Aston Martin's designers are known for attention to detail, minute sports car brand, with many examples of this phenomenon on the Vanquish. Quality and expertise gathered in the conduct Vanquish new Aero deck (boot) lid. This liability engineering elegantly designed function is included to neutralize elevator at the rear of the car when traveling at speed. The test is of course fundamental to the quality and longevity of an Aston Martin Vanquish and underwent a series of comprehensive examinations. 

The circuit loop is a giant extends along 12.5 km (7.8 mi), is for a test at high speed, allowing the driver to look at the car speed without brake at the corners. This test shows high levels of stress on all systems and allows to demonstrate the durability at high speeds. After that, a prototype was sent to the testing center Vanquish Aston Martin Nürburgring MMH to the limit even more intense. The German track is a popular place to test and refine the Aston Martin Vanquish 310 AM because she is considered the most demanding race track in the world. The new car that he suffered more than 10,000 miles of durability testing to prove out of the car, brakes, DSC, tires and chassis set up.

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