2011 Aston Martin V12 Vantage 6-Speed Coupe: Once A Forbidden Precious Britsh Metal, The V12V Wasn't Originally Intended For The U.S. But Was Later Homologated For Road-Use With This Ravishing Example Being 1 Of Approximately 194 V12 6-Speed Vantage Coupes To Have Been Imported To The U.S. During Its 2-Year Production Run For The Model Years Of Only 2011 And 2012. Exhibiting just 5, XXX Miles From New And Specified In Its DBS Sibling's Absolutely Stimulating Shade Of Lighting Silver, This V12V's Overall Condition Presents In An Impeccable State While Also Displaying A Clean Carfax Report. It Exhibits The Ultimate Attributes: It's RWD; Features A True 6-Speed Manual, Linked To A Naturally-Aspirated V12 (That's Free Of Turbos And Energy Additives), That's Suitatued In Its Sveltve Aston Martin Body, That Emits A Rich And Dapper Alto Exhaust Note; It's A Limited Produced Car With Very Low U.S Production Numbers; Low Milage; A Splendid Color Combination; Oh, And It's Incredibly Seductive, Too. Initially starting off as a one-off concept that conquered seemingly inconceivable engineering feats to gain production status, the V12 Vantage Is the end-result of conjoining the marque's hand-built, highest horsepower, and standard production 510-hp 5.9-liter V12 (at the time, shared with the DBS) engine, to its most compact, agile, and lowesst weight chassis, the Vantage. This configuration makes for a sensationally seductive V12 grand tourer that offers a pure, vintage-like, analog driving experience, intertwined with Aston Martin's race-cultivated DNA, that's rivetingly raw but yet is richly refined and represents the end of an era of motorcars of Its kind and further aids in its rare and exclusive status. Boasting an original MSRP of $187,950, It left Aston Martin's Gaydon, Warwickshire assembly facility with its seductive bodywork donned in Lighting Silver (adapted from the DBS' color palette), which is absolutely arresting as it gleams underneath the sun and becomes even more dynamic when situated in varying lighting conditions; 19-Inch 10-spoke forged alloy wheels in Graphite with a diamond-turned finish, situated in front of the carbon-ceramic braking system with dark-colored calipers that are highlighted by each caliper's "Aston Martin" insignia in white; N24 race-car derived side sills, help to reduce lift to the rear end by channel air in the same direction; a carbon-fiber front splitter and rear diffuser, with carbon-fiber also outlining the hood's louvers that aids in removing engine bay heat, while also aiding in the limiting of accumulated air pressure from underneath the hood, thus increasing downforce to the front end -- increasing downforce to the rear is the work of the diffuser, reworked underfloor, and raised boot spoiler that also assists in channeling air through the oil-cooler; front and rear parking sensors; a stainless steel exhaust system with dual outlets; and LED taillights with clear housings. This 2011 Aston Martin V12 Vantage Coupe's Optional Equipment And Standard Features:- Aston Martin Premium Audio - $1,595 - Paint - DBS Special Colours - $1,895 - Bright Finish Grille - $450 - Heated Front Seats - $450- Secondary Glass ECU - $750- Piano Black Veneer - $750- Front Parking Sensors - $450 - Carbon Ceramic Braking Setup- Bluetooth Phone Connectivity- Rear Parking Sensors - Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Satellite Navigation- 6 CD Changer and AUX Input- Power Folding MirrorsWhen opening the up swinging swan-wing doors, occupants are welcomed by a bespoke interior outfitted in Alcantara and supple Bridge of Weir leather, both completed in Obsidian Black, with the cabin being further accentuated by light-colored stitching and the optioned Piano Black veneers. The driver is greeted by a 3-spoke-leather-wrapped and multi-functional steering wheel in black with a center ring in aluminum; Instrumentation dials in the black with aluminum surrounds and a reverse-sweeping tachometer; a dash located and "pop-up" navigation display; crystal push-start button; streamlined audio, climate, and vehicle controls; and an alloy shift knob, routed to the slick-shifting and lovely 6-speed and rear mid-mounted, manual transmission. Both occupants are embraced by the 10-way power-adjustable and heated Sport seats. The cabin's audio experience is provided by the optioned, 700-Watt Aston Martin Premium Audio System featuring Dolby Pro Logic II Surround Sound.Powering the coupe is a front mid-mounted, naturally-aspirated and hand-crafted (assembled in Cologne, Germany at Aston's dedicated engine facility) 5.9L V12 engine, delivering a robust 510 hp and 420 ft-lbs of torque and is controlled by a 6-speed manual transmission (estimated performance figures of 0-60 in 4.2 seconds, a top speed of 190 mph); while having the power sent to the rear wheels. For additional information regarding this 2011 Aston Martin V12 Vantage Coupe, that is an astonishing automotive art form, presented in beautiful condition throughout and represents the last of the analog and super V12 GT motorcars, call and/or text us now at (516) 888-9000/(516) 784-9619; we're authentic motorcar aficionados, let's chat!