According to the Centers for Disease Control, “You are less likely to be exposed Covid-19 When you attend outdoor activities. ”To my mind, driving an open-top sports car is considered an outdoor activity. And with the arrival of the open version of Aston MartinThe next generation of Vantage–It’s called a roadster— This shredded British Cuban brand is healthier than ever. A few weeks ago, someone landed here in Austin, Texas, wearing Spirit Silver paint of $ 194,000 (picked out of $ 147,000).
If this sticker causes breathing problems, remember this is similar to what you spend on a machine Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet. Here we are in a somewhat loose atmosphere. And once you do the workout from top to bottom – a workout that takes less than seven seconds, which is the fastest on the market, Aston claims – you’ll feel a lot of scarce air.
Behind the steering wheel of a Vantage Roadster
Mash the throttle in Sport + mode, and the 4-liter twin-turbo V8 is thrust into the 7,700 rpm red line, near which you can hear the sound of the exhaust pop and the crackling sound of the lint foundations of a high overpass. The engine, much like this car’s powertrain and technology, is borrowed from Mercedes-AMG, Designed and tuned to 503 hp. On the outside, the pair clearly works – and is proving to be a lot more fun in the outdoors. Seated low in the cockpit, you grip the square wheel more tightly and tightly with every blind turn, and the chassis – slightly shorter than the 911 – appears to shrink around you.
After this exercise, when you catch your breath at a traffic light, a man walking through the crosswalk looks up and raises his thumb up, without needing to make eye contact. He knows what it is. He named it Aston. However, the Roadster isn’t perfect. The 8-inch touchscreen appears to be reflexively designed in the dashboard rather than part of it. The infotainment system has some bluetooth issues. But, well, once you look at the thing, let alone drive it, you skip over those very easy things. It is a healthy thing to do.
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