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Aston Martin Vantage F1 Edition specs

Price in Europe €162,000 - €179,800
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1570-1697 kg (3461-3741 lbs)
Introduced 2021
Origin country United Kingdom
Gas mileage 35.8-9.2 l/100 km (7-26 mpg US / 8-31 mpg UK)
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Acceleration (mph)

0 - 30 mph1.7 s
0 - 40 mph2.2 s
0 - 50 mph2.8 s
0 - 60 mph3.5 s
0 - 70 mph4.5 s
0 - 80 mph5.4 s
0 - 90 mph6.6 s
0 - 100 mph7.9 s
0 - 110 mph9.6 s
0 - 120 mph11.8 s
0 - 130 mph14.1 s
0 - 140 mph17.2 s
0 - 150 mph21.5 s
Est. 1/8 mile8.1 s @ 101.9 mph
1/4 mile11.8 s
Est. 1/2 mile19.2 s @ 149.1 mph
Est. 1 mile31.6 s @ 173.4 mph

Acceleration (kph)

0 - 50 kph1.7 s
0 - 80 kph2.8 s
0 - 100 kph3.6 s
0 - 130 kph5.3 s
0 - 160 kph8.2 s
0 - 180 kph9.9 s
0 - 200 kph12.4 s
0 - 250 kph22.8 s
1000 m21.6 s @ 246.0 kph
Aston Martin Vantage F1 Edition acceleration graph

General performance

Top speed314 kph (195 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 011.4 s @ 814 ft
Est. max acceleration0.85 g (8 m/s²)
18m slalom73.8 kph (45.9 mph)
Est. emissions269 g/km
Noise @ idle54 dB
Noise @ 30 mph61 dB
Noise @ 50 mph66 dB
Noise @ 70 mph71 dB

Powertrain specs

Engine type V8 Twin Turbo
Displacement 4.0 l (243 ci / 3982 cc)
Power 535 ps (528 bhp / 393 kw) @ 6000 rpm
Torque 685 Nm (505 lb-ft) @ 2000 rpm
Power / liter 134 ps (133 hp)
Power / weight 332 ps (327 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 425 Nm (313 lb-ft) / t
Efficiency 28 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 16 ps
Transmission 8 speed automatic
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive

Braking distance

100 kph - 033 m (107 ft)
200 kph - 0126 m (415 ft)
30 mph - 08 m (27 ft)
50 mph - 022 m (72 ft)
70 mph - 042 m (137 ft)

Rolling acceleration

60 - 100 kph (4)2.8 s
60 - 100 kph (5)4.0 s
80 - 120 kph (5)3.7 s
80 - 120 kph (6)4.6 s
80 - 120 kph (7)6.4 s
80 - 120 kph (8)11.9 s
100 - 140 kph2.5 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph8.8 s
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NMH  1m ago

The lap time is somewhat slower than it looks.


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IrvineArnoux  3m ago

Standing kilometer is 140 according to Verstappen.


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Corvolet3  3m ago

The safety car that's apparently "too slow" for a safety car? Lmao.


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JSakine  3m ago

This is one of those cars where the lap times don't do it justice. All the Auto reviews I've seen praise love the handing and driving dynamics. The F1 edition is the Vantage to buy IMO.


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TypeF173  7m ago

The Aston Martin is Sebastian Vettel plus Jeremy Clarkson approved-

 

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bhutan  10m ago

the modified acceleration
0-60mph 3.5s
0-100kmh 3.6s
100kmh-200kmh 7.5s
1/4mile 11.11s at 198kmh


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flt158  11m ago

Hello, all.

I have read the full 8 page road test of the Aston Martin Vantage F1 Edition during the last 2 days.

It is my opinion the car is not particularly good looking from the front and the back of the car is just plain ugly. But that's only to my eyes.

I wish to thank Hostboy for pointing out to us the major goof by Autocar regarding the 0-120 mph acceleration time when compared to the 1/4 time. How could the car have a quicker time to 120 mph and a slower time to get to 119.3 mph? It just doesn't make sense! Good catch, Hostboy!
And also, the car only has 24 bhp advantage over the standard Vantage model.
Therefore manufacturing the Vantage F1 in the first place is a bit of a waste of time. The car simply needs more horsepower. Let's say about 600 bhp.
If it was me buying I would sooner spend my money on a Mclaren 540C. The latter car is quite a bit quicker better looking and cheaper.

Best regards from Fly 158


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flt158  11m ago

Hello, everyone.

I purchased the Autocar magazine last Thursday in County Wexford, Ireland. And I am about to read the test of Aston Martin Vantage F1 Edition Coupe over the next 2 days. My initial thoughts are Autocar's acceleration figures are not that great. But that's Autocar for you!

Safe driving from Flt 158.


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hostboy  11m ago

Did anyone read on Autocar about the Aston Martin F1 Edition's 12.2-second quarter-mile time?!

Edit: 0-60 in 3.6, 0-100 in 7.9, 0-110 in 9.6... and a 12.2 (119mph) 1/4-mile time? Doesn't add up.

A Camaro Z/28 from many years ago had the same 1/4-mile results (12.2@118) but with a 4.0 0-60 and 8.8 0-100 with 0-110 somewhere in the mid-10-to-low-11-second range. (Road & Track)

A 427 Cobra S/C from more than 55 years ago did 0-60 in 4.3, 0-100 in 8.8, and 0-110 in 10.6 to get the 12.2 (118) quarter result, and it even reached 0-60 all in first gear! (Car & Driver)


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flt158  11m ago

That's a fair point, ChironSS. And I am sorry for your loss of information.

However I have to say that American magazines, such as, Car & Driver and Road & Track are refusing to issue full sets of acceleration figures of fast cars. And I find that deeply infuriating - although I refuse to get annoyed about it anymore. I even sent a number of messages to Car & Driver. But I got nowhere. Thankfully Autocar are very reliable to print these important (to me) figures. European magazines are excellent at issuing kilometre acceleration figures.

Very best regards to you, ChironSS, from Flt 158


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flt158  11m ago

I see Autocar magazine are giving the full 8 page road test which comes out on Wednesday (1/09/21)

I will have to hunt for the magazine as I am away from home.

Safe driving from Flt 158


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British Cars Suck  1y ago

Good to run as a safety car at Silverstone to lineup F1 cars before it overheats and breaks down.

We will soon hear about the big changes that are coming in 2025.

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