Aston Martin V12 Vantage – Rate it on the Auto Trader Cool-o-meter

Aston Martin V12 Vantage

Aston Martin V12 Vantage

The muscular Aston Martin V12 Vantage broke cover today. The cooling slots on the bonnet hint at the massive power contained within – the 6.0-litre V12 engine produces 510 bhp.

Aston Martins have long been celebrated as ultra-cool. But with car sales taking a battering, the Vantage needs every ounce of sex appeal it can muster. Is it up to the task?

Rate the Aston Martin V12 Vantage on the Cool-o-meter and have your say in the comments below.

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11 responses to “Aston Martin V12 Vantage – Rate it on the Auto Trader Cool-o-meter

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  3. Remy

    And then God created the Astin Martin DBS convertible;oh no that was woman!

  4. Shuhel

    How eloquently put Andras. Glad to read that I’m not the only one who thinks the same way.

    I drive an old Daimler because it’s cheap and rare

    • It’s all a status thing really, driving an expensive car tells other people you are wealthy, and therefore ‘cool’. I’ve met some very wealthy people, who drive around in some of the worst bangers you could imagine. I’ve also met some fairly poor people, in debt up to their eyeballs driving around in fairly expensive, ‘cool’ cars. Each to their own imo, although if I had the money, I would still be driving a Lambo right now!

  5. Andras

    Why is it cool to spend the price of a small house on a car that is being driven by Premiership footballers who – by the way – also thought a few years ago that Hummers were cool.
    As James May would say – I find the cool wall rather ridiculous. Also, I think this unnecessary desire to be cool should stop.
    Personally, I find driving rare but cheap cars cool. After all, once you care about it, you are not cool. Therefore, whoever you buy with the intention to be cool is pathetic!

    • Jealously is terrible thing, words can’t some up what an absolutely stunning Car this Aston really is.

    • Darren

      Stuff what other sorts of idiots drive it mate. The Aston is a beautiful car, crafted to look perfect and my god, it does! I totally agree with you coolness is irrelevant, but put that a side, i would give anything to own a car with so much sole and passion put into it. I wouldn’t care less what anyone else thinks of the car either, or me owning it for that matter. I’d have one because its motoring perfection.

  6. john smith

    ALFA BRERA S!

  7. trevpod

    I’ll have one in british racing green if you don’t mind!

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