Remember the brand new 2022 Aston Martin V12 Vantage we covered a while ago? This is the most powerful Vantage in history with 700 PS and 753 Nm of torque, and this MY2022 version of the Vantage marks the end of an era with just 333 units to be built, this Vantage will be the very last one ever to receive the magnificent 5.2-Liter Twin Turbo V12 engine.
So is this final swansong a worthy car to say goodbye to the glorious V12 engine? Let’s seen what the first independent reviews from the likes of Top Gear, Evo, and Carfection have to say about it.
The Top Gear test of this £265,000 supercar:
What EVO has to say about the latest V12 Vantage:
Let’s finally take a look at how Carfection thinks about the last ever V12 Vantage: