Max Verstappen discover details on the development of the new Aston Martin Vantage

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The new Aston Martin Vantage, in trials with an attractive vinyl that camouflages its design, will be presented on 21 November

Tomorrow will be a big day for Aston Martin. The british brand will unveil its new sport of pure blood, the new Aston Martin Vantage.

During the development of this new generation of the model, eljoven pilot of the Formula 1 team Max Verstappen, has participated in the development of the new Vantage putting all his experience of driving allĂ­mite next to the chief engineer of the Dynamics of Aston Martin, Matt Becker,especially in the last assessments with a unit of “homemade”.

During a test day at the circuit of Rockingham, Verstappen was able to drive the latest model of the brand Gaydon providing its sensations on board and behind the wheel of a sport will offer a maximum power exceeding 500 HP and 685 Nm of torque, extracted from the engine of eight cylinders in V and 4.0-liter with twin turbochargers provided by AMG, with whom the british brand has a cooperation agreement and, at the same time, it has also been associated with Red Bull Racing as official sponsor for the upcoming season of Formula 1.

Max Verstappen and Matt Becker, F1 drivers and the chief engineer of the dynamics of Aston Martin, land on the hood of the new Vantage

Max Verstappen has been one of the first privileged to drive the new Aston Martin whose technical specifications will be able to know tomorrow 21 of November, but we do know that your weight in order of march is 1.530 kg.

In the video we show you, the pilot, Dutch points out that“it is different to any other car you have driven before, I gustamucho the rear diffuser, is really aggressive and sporty”.

The video shows a prototype is still camouflaged with the special vinyl that we’ve been seeing during your testing phase in some photos spies. We do not know when they filmed the video but in it you can hear Matt Becker, chief engineer of the dynamics of Aston Martin, explaining to Verstappen that the unit tests in question is still a prototype verification and even subtract two more phases, so that even though your presentation is to take place tomorrow would not be surprising that until that is put to sale, the brand will continue with the tests to get the tuning desired.