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Aston Martin Introduces Three New Cars In One Day

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Aston Martin has introduced three new cars on the same day, demonstrating the brand’s dedication to incorporating motorsport technologies into its high-performance road cars. This unveiling signifies the racing spirit of the British ultra-luxury manufacturer.

The new Vantage, revealed on the same day as the marque’s AMR24 Formula 1® challenger first hit the tarmac at the home of British motorsport, embodies the essence of an Aston Martin sports car. It is the most driver-focused and fastest Vantage in the history of the nameplate. The Vantage has a 74-year history, coinciding with that of the famous Silverstone circuit which is now home to Aston Martin’s team at the cutting-edge AMR Technology Campus.

The Vantage has been engineered to deliver maximum thrills with confidence and is strategically crafted to provide pure performance for real drivers. This car complements Aston Martin’s challenger for the 2024 FIA Formula One World Championship™, embodying the brand’s visceral and authentic racing spirit.

The Aston Martin Aramco Formula One Team is striving to become a leader in high-performance technologies. In the recent 2023 season, the team made significant progress, earning nine podiums and 280 Championship points with the skilled driving of Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll.

The Vantage GT3 racer, inspired by the production sports car of the same name, is poised to compete in renowned endurance events, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2024. This new GT racer builds on the exceptional qualities of the production model, continuing Aston Martin’s legacy in motorsport. The previous Vantage GTE achieved an impressive 52 class wins and 11 world titles between 2012 and 2023, setting the stage for the Vantage GT3 to further elevate the brand’s motorsport pedigree.

He emphasizes the company’s ambition to be a leading force in Formula One and create the world’s finest sports cars. He also mentions the relationship between road and race programs, benefiting from the engineering talent, experience, and knowledge forged in Formula One. Stroll further discusses the impact of Formula One on the Aston Martin brand and the potential to maximize the synergy with high-performance motorsport technologies in the next generation of sportscars and endurance motorsport strategy.

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