Vantage V550 / 600 / Le Mans

As with many other Aston Martin models, a high-performance Vantage model of the Virage would later be introduced. First shown at Birmingham in September 1992, the Vantage was produced from 1993 through 2000. The Virage name lasted just a few years, with its final descendants inheriting the simple and familiar V8 name.

The biggest change to the Vantage was inside the engine compartment. The 5.3 L (5,341 cc) V8 engine now used twin superchargers. Power output was now 550 hp. Customers cars could be returned to Works Service starting in 1998 to be converted to V600 specifications, where the engine was upgraded to 600 hp.

The new European emission and safety regulations made Aston Martin decide to end production of the V8-Vantage line and the final model was called “V8 Vantage Le Mans”. Honoring Aston Martin’s 1959 victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the prototype of a limited run of 40 was presented in Geneva in 1999 on the 40th anniversary of the win.

Noble House Classics has more than 50.000 different parts in stock. Parts for Aston Martin: DB4, DB5, DB6, DB7, DB7 Zagato / DB AR1, DBS 6 / DBS V8 (1967-1972), V8 (1972-1987), V8 Coupé / V8 Volante, Vanquish (S), Vantage V550 / 600 / Le Mans, Virage, Lagonda.

Jaguar: E-Type Series I / II / III, MK I / II, MK V / VII / VIII / IX, MK X/ 420 G, S-Type / 420, XJ Series I / II / III, XJ40 / X300 / X308, XJS, XK120 / XK140 / XK150.

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