Aston Martin will take special editions of the DB9 and Vantage to Geneva

Aston Martin will take special editions of the DB9 and Vantage to Geneva

With the approach of the Geneva Motor Show, held in March, the manufacturers begin to submit your news, Aston Martin has released special editions that will take the Vantage and DB9 for the event in Switzerland.

The manufacturer will launch the N line of the V8 Vantage called the N430, which will be available in both coupe and roadster versions. He has the same version of the 4.7 V8 engine of 430 horsepower Vantage S (mated to a manual transmission or six-speed sequential gearbox seven-speed) and carbon-Kevlar seats and alloy forged wheel with 10 rays, allowing the car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.6 seconds, with a top speed of 305 km / h.

The new aerodynamic package derived from competitions with tuned suspension, steering and new relations of a more throaty exhaust, aims to give the N430 a more powerful appearance.

The Aston Martin is also releasing new editions Carbon Black and White Carbon DB9 model, incorporating additional details of carbon fiber to complement or contrast with the exterior paint.

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