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View Photos of the 2021 Aston Martin Vantage F1 Edition

The new Vantage F1 Edition has plenty of stickers and stripes to honor Aston Martin’s connections to Formula 1 racing. But its updates over the standard Vantage are more than skin deep, including a more powerful engine, revised suspension tuning, and additional aerodynamic bits.

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Inspired by Aston’s new Formula 1 connection, the Vantage F1 Edition brings both visual and dynamic improvements to coupe and roadster models.

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Developed alongside the current Vantage Formula 1 safety car, the roadgoing F1 Edition has a similarly vast rear wing and is available in the same green paint that Aston uses for its Formula 1 racers.

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The Vantage’s Formula 1 connection is advertised reasonably subtly, with badges on the front fender vents, doorsill protectors, and center console. The full-length racing stripe is optional.

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The Vantage F1 Edition gets a revised front grille with full-width horizontal stakes to help break up the black void of the standard Vantage’s snout.

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The F1 Edition’s AMG-sourced twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 has been boosted to 527 horsepower, up from the regular Vantage’s 503. Torque remains unchanged at 505 pound-feet.

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An eight-speed automatic with revised software is the only transmission choice. The F1 Edition will not be offered with the regular Vantage’s six-speed manual.

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The F1’s suspension changes include stiffer rear springs, revised adaptive dampers, and updated front-suspension geometry. Its electronic limited-slip differential also has been retuned.

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There are fewer changes to the Vantage F1’s cabin, with its black and gray expanses broken up by bright yellow accents. The button-filled lower dashboard is feeling increasingly old by current segment standards, and the central display screen still isn’t touch sensitive.

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Aston claims the F1’s vast rear wing and revised underbody aerodynamics contribute up to 330 pounds of downforce at the rear of the car and 110 pounds at the front.

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Unique 21-inch wheels shod with Pirelli P Zero summer tires are standard. Carbon-ceramic brakes are optional.

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Coupe and roadster versions of the Vantage F1 Edition will be on sale in the United States by the end of the year. Base prices will start at $23,000 above the standard car, which starts at $142,086.

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2021 Aston Martin Vantage F1 (Euro-spec)

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2021 Aston Martin Vantage F1 (Euro-spec)

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