2015 Aston Martin Vanquish Coupe review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 8 October 2014 , 13:10:49 byEmil

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Aston Martin Vanquish Coupe


Word’s out that an Aston Martin special edition is on the market and images have already been released, all thanks to the ‘Q’ customization program. It is the 2015 Vanquish Coupe and it seems it is powered by the same engine, which has some upgrades. The V12 6.0-liter engine delivers an extra 3 bhp (2 kW) and 10 Nm (7 lb-ft) and it reaches a total of 568 bhp (424 kW) and 630 Nm (465 lb-ft). We also found out that the engine is connected to a Touchtronic III eight-speed automatic transmission from ZF.


The clients will be happy to know the Aston Martin Vanquish Coupe reaches 60 mph (96 km/h) in 3.6 seconds. It’s not much of a difference, since the 2015 Coupe beats the 2014 MY by half a second. So, images were posted and from what we can see, the car looks really well. The ‘Q’ customization program put it in a satin jet black theme. It’s not the first project because there are over two years now since Aston Martin started this kind of special editions. Actually, it all started in March, 2012, when the ‘Q’ program had been created. Some of the vehicles which got improvements were the DB9 Volante and it had an equestrian theme. If you ask me, this is a great idea, because the vehicles can get so much more attractive thanks to the original themes. 


 


The car is painted black and it also has 20-inch satin black alloy wheels. The wheels give a more aggressive look and the black brings the attitude. But that’s not all. Wait till you take a peek inside the car. The interior design comes in red and black, these colors being used for decorating the door panels and the seats. Don’t have a doubt it is all about being as hot as it can be! Besides, another plus is the leather upholstery, which also comes in red and black. And if I read an article which was about the fatal combination of these two colors, after seeing this car, I’m convinced this is not the case.