November seems to the month chosen by the british firm for the new Aston Martin Vantage GTE, a model of competition with which the company held the WEC as of the season 2018-19. This new car developed in communion with Prodrive, a member of the british manufacturer and supported by the official team of the brand in the Endurance World, will be the first model of the brand that has been designed specifically for the new regulation of the GTE, which entered into force in 2016. Up to now, the brand has competed with Aston Martin Vantage GTE facilities, with the limitations that this entails.
The current Aston Martin Vantage GTE is the most ancient of the class LMGTE-Pro and has only been maintained at the height of their rivals thanks to a ‘Balance of Performance’ very favourable to the british manufacturer, so much so that the firm won the drivers title with Nicky Thiim and Marco Sorensen in 2016, and the victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2017. In fact, the Vantage GTE has garnered these successes are based on a model that was born in 2008, which was updated in 2013 and has been adapted to the new technical regulations of the category in 2016.
With the launch of the new Aston Martin Vantage GTE to the couple that the premiere of the model street, the british brand will be the height of BMW Motorsport -which premiered the BMW M8 GTE in 2018 – and will be able to compete you to you with Porsche, Ferrari and Ford, brands that have released their GTE between 2016 and 2017. A priori and on the basis of the data collected previously, the Vantage GTE will mount an evolved version of the V8 Twin-Turbo 4.0-liter source AMG that you will see on the production model and has already made his debut in the Aston Martin DB11 recently.