Aston Martin Will Thrill 2015 GFS With its Biggest Appearance
Aston Martin team is ready for the 22nd Goodwood Festival of Speed next week and will demonstrate some supreme machines, both sporty vehicles and saloon beauties. This particular lineup is expected to be the largest presence at the festival.
At the show itself, along with the extended lineup, that includes Vantage GT12, Aston Martin will also demonstrate the V12 Vantage S Roadster and the luxurious Rapide S four-door. The festival will also offer the rare opportunity for visitors to see the Aston Martin CC100: the special concept vehicle from 2013 in action up the hill.
Furthermore, the elegant Lagonda Taraf will make its world debut at the festival and will also demonstrate some style up the hill. The vehicle was previously unveiled on static display only, but now the Aston-Martin team will demonstrate what the latest V12 super saloon in action.
Aston Martin Vantage GT12 is home
Aston Martin GT12 was launched in March this year and there are already 100 units sold until today. The vehicle itself is geared with brand's special 6.0-liter V12 powereplant, which is capable of producing a total of 600 hp (441 kW). But the crushing power is not the only feature, that makes the vehicle special. It also comes with greatly reduced weight, which means improved handling and better fuel consumption.
Aston Martin Lagonda Taraf - The finest of sports cars in action
Also making its global debut at the festival is the Aston-Martin Lagonda Taraf. Based on brand's flexible VH style, the saloon was inspired by the well-known Lagonda from 1976 and now the vehicle features a lot of the same engineer tweaks and techniques. Both with modern appearance and aura of something well-known and classical, the Lagonda Taraf has a lot to demonstrate at the Goodwood festival.
This edition of Goodwood Festival of Speed will be a really interesting one with all the brands, that will participate and all the interesting models they will demonstrate. Stay with us for further information!
Source: Aston Martin