2012 Aston Martin V8 Vantage S Roadster

Posted by norak on Friday, March 25, 2011


 
2012 Aston Martin V8 Vantage S Roadster
Aston Martin Vantage of age with the new Aston Martin V8 Vantage S is characterized by a series of new driver features all centered designed to push the strong dynamic of a new reference standard Vantage.
own Aston Martin V8 4.7-liter is designed to provide maximum power of 430 hp (436 hp / 321 kW) to 7,300 rpm and peak torque of 490 Nm (361 lb.ft) at 5,000 rpm and is connected to a new land developed to Sportshift Transmission II ™ designed specifically for Aston Martin V8 Vantage S with seven-speed short list of driver involvement to deliver the most immersive and intense.
Aston Martin V8 Vantage S summarizes all the attributes of the V8 Vantage and the pilot pushes beyond what it offered before, “says Dr. Ulrich Bez, CEO of Aston Martin, which combines all the fun with the dynamic beauty lovely delicacy and practicality and is associated with the Vantage.
As with all Aston Martin, Aston Martin V8 Vantage S benefits from their own unique sound with a new muffler and a map of the bypass valve, creating a very different note and very vocal escape.
Aston Martin V8 Vantage S is instantly recognizable as a true Aston Martin, which is characterized by its position determined transmit its agility and performance. Later, a new front bumper houses completed in less carbon fiber in perfect alignment with a higher intake of air feeding the engine and front brakes. The divider combined with the work “pull” broad platform coverage in harmony to provide additional downforce at speed. New 19-inch V-spokes of style are available as standard, while a choice of 10 radio option lightweight forged wheels, further reducing unsprung weight. A new rear bumper and side skirts extends the optical drive.
 

 
Reviews of dynamics are fundamental to the Vantage S, with a fast pace to the shelf as of 15:01, 17:01, compared with the standard car and a larger diameter front brake calipers with new front disc brakes and six-piston. New springs and dampers, wider rear wheels and help with the revision of the chassis. A new Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) system specifically tuned for the Aston Martin V8 Vantage S along with a new brake module provide features such as hydraulic brake assist (HBA), which provides assistance in emergency braking situations, and Hill Start Assist (HSA). as with Bridgestone tires have been developed to optimize adhesion by increasing the dynamic feeling.
In the center of S Aston Martin V8 Vantage is the new seven-speed Sportshift ™ II automated manual transmission, which offers standard and offers extremely fast gear changes, twenty percent faster than Sportshift ™. The smaller gear ratios and spaced advantage allows optimum torque, which, combined with a shorter gear ratio of 4.182:1 final provides quicker acceleration and more sporty feel. The advantages inherent in a single clutch system reduces weight and complexity significantly in a solution of double clutch. Sportshift ™ II allows the driver to take a higher level of control by modulating the throttle to achieve the desired type of switch gear. In addition, the Vantage S has a sport button that speeds and changing gears allows the driver a more aggressive throttle response while opening the exhaust valves divert most of the engine speed range fully characterize the variant “S”.

 
 The 4.7-liter V8 engine was modified to provide a maximum power of 430 hp (436 hp / 321 kW) at 7,200 rpm and peak torque of 490 Nm (361 lb.ft) at 5,000 rpm represents an increase of 10 hp and 20 nm, respectively, and is represented with a black motor cover. The increase was achieved through an air intake valve and begin aggressive. The air inlet valve opens above 3500 rpm, to allow more airflow to the engine, which helps optimize performance, precisely the right side of the torque curve. spark aggressive strategy uses sophisticated electronics to ignite the fuel in the engine, at the precise moment the law, which allows it to run at its best. You can also recognize higher octane fuel and extract the maximum performance score higher.
Aston Martin V8 Vantage S weighs 1,610 kg (coupe), 30 kg lighter than the standard Vantage for weight optimization of the retransmission Sportshift ™ II and the use of carbon fiber. Cooled by air instead of oil cooling, Sportshift ™ II system takes advantage of removing the oil pump and related accessories save 24 kg more than the conventional six-speed Sportshift ™ system.
As with all Aston Martin Vantage S benefits from near perfect weight balance of 49:51 front to back, due to the placement of the gears in the transverse axis contribute to the excellent dynamics. 
 

 
 Aston Martin V8 Vantage S is still a practice day to day sports car with a load capacity of 300 liters, with convenient opening tailgate shaped coupe, the convertible has a soft top that can be automatically operated by 30 km / h . Vantage work has established itself as one of the most beautiful cars in the world, clearly Aston Martin, elegant and controlled aggression and perfectly proportioned, with a low position on purpose. Aston Martin V8 Vantage S uses the beauty of the Vantage and merges with design tips V12 Vantage tense, suggesting the potential of high performance car. Aston Martin Design Director, Marek Reichman, said: “We sent the V8 Vantage to the gym to give more definition of the ‘S’, and the muscle, resulting in a more attenuated. The Aston Martin V8 Vantage S’ styling largely follows form to provide a shape that caters for the additional needs of the ‘S’ performance variant. From the front, the hand-laid carbon fibre front splitter creates a ground hugging stance hinting at its agility while also providing an increased area to provide the engine and brakes with more air. The splitter works in conjunction with the more pronounced rear deck lid ‘flip’ to create increased down force at speed. From the side, the wider profile sills which are derived from the GT4 race-car programme, contribute to reduced rear lift, and therefore improved high speed stability, by preventing the air which flows along the side of the car from spilling underneath the car.
 

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