Aston Martin New Vanquish S

Aston Martin New Vanquish S

  • Aston Martin launches new Vanquish S in Manila
  • Ultimate Super GT Vanquish S unveiled in Manila for the first time
  • Available to order now

5th May, Manila: Aston Martin’s impressive new flagship Super GT, Vanquish S, was unveiled today in Manila by Chairman and President of Aston Martin Manila, Mr Marc Tagle.


The ultimate super GT, the stylish Vanquish S is a vehicle honoured to deliver more intense thrills and an even more scintillating performance, with significant enhancements to the engine, chassis and aerodynamics.


Speaking at the Manila debut event, Mr Tagle, said “I am pleased to officially introduce the new Vanquish S, and we very much look forward to see the new flagship Aston Martin being driven on the streets of Manila.”


Equipped with an uprated 6.0-litre V12 engine producing 588 PS, Vanquish S has a top speed of 323km/h, and achieves 0-100km/h in just 3.5 seconds. The ultimate supercar offers a truly unforgettable driving experience with an 8-speed Touchtronic III Transmission, quad-exhaust tailpipes, and revised inlet manifolds for increased engine airflow.

Visually the Vanquish S can be readily distinguished by a new aerodynamic package, cloaked in a suit of carbon. A 2×2 carbon fibre twill front splitter and rear diffuser will not only accentuate exterior styling, but improve high-speed stability as well.


Combined with striking new quad exhaust outlets, the Vanquish S has a more aggressive appearance, entirely fitting for Aston Martin’s most overtly sporting GT production model.


Inside the cabin, the Vanquish S displays luxurious interior features such as Filograph quilt design options, Bang & Olufsen audio and the AMi III Infotainment system with all new satellite navigation.


Vanquish S embodies the very essence of Aston Martin and yet redefines each core element to create a machine of amplified sporting capability; a combination of unbound craftsmanship and power that comes together in utmost harmony.


Local deliveries in Manila are due to commence in May.



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