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The British grand tourer known as the Aston Martin V8
Vantage is a more powerful version of the Aston Martin V8.
Because of its 170 mph (270 km/h) top speed, it was lauded at
its 1977 unveiling as "Britain's First Supercar."
Although it used the same engine as the Lagonda, for greater
output, it employed high-performance camshafts, a higher
compression ratio, larger inlet valves, and larger carburettors
installed on redesigned manifolds. The Ferrari Daytona had the
fastest straight-line performance of the day, reaching 60 mph
(97 km/h) in 5.3 seconds, a tenth of a second faster than the
competition.
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
After appearing in the James Bond series in "The living
daylights," it became one of the most well-known Aston Martins
of the 1970s and was a supercar of its day, even though Aston
Martin regarded it as a GT. The fact that it was a Bond car
immediately made it famous and iconic, but this car had so
many other advantages that Aston Martin hasn't abandoned its
name.
Its fastback design and dimensions earned it the moniker
"British Muscle Car." Inside, wood and leather were combined,
and the instrument cluster included chromed metal accents
that served as engagement rings. The 2+2 seating resembled a
cabin with 2 seats. A element of the car's appeal was the low
driving position and the floor-mounted gearstick.
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