The looks are as you would expect from a modern Aston so there are not many changes to the car’s appearance. But a new front grille has been installed and the alloys are also new for this model. The boot panels and the roof are painted black, perhaps to suggest carbon fibre, and the interior’s been given a make-over. As there are only two seats this is a car built for performance driving rather than comfort but Aston has added new seats to the cabin and owners have the opportunity to install a carbon-fibre pack.
The new machine’s top-speed exceeds 200mph, which is enough to keep up with owners of the One-77. Switching the Sport button opens up the car’s true power as it changes the throttle’s responsiveness and alters the gearshift timing. It also adds a sportier exhaust sound.
There are no exact prices for the new model and a launch date has yet to be set, but you should expect to pay at least £138,000 for the new car when it’s released later in the year.