Aston Martin Vanquish = automotive art …
Some cars are rolling art right from the get go. Such is Aston Martin’s Vanquish, which was introduced in 2013 to coincide with the British luxury car maker’s 100th anniversary.
As with all Astons, the goal was to combine beauty and performance on four wheels.
Likewise Autoart has recreated that beauty in 1/18 scale with its composite-bodied Vanquish, in sparkling black for the review model. Other colors are available, but bathed in black this baby looks long, lean, and sexy, just like the real beast.
Vanquish, like most high-priced luxury makes, was aimed at the uncompromising buyer. But not the one who demands only luxury, or beauty.
Vanquish, as its name suggests, wants to smite its automotive foes that are competing for the high-end coin of the realm.
A 2017 Vanquish lists at $287,650 for the coupe (like the review car) and $305,650 for the convertible. Under its long carbon fiber hood is a throbbing V12 that makes 568 horsepower, the most of any power plant in Aston Martin’s history. Continue reading Die-cast: Autoart’s Aston Martin Vanquish