The 2015 Aston Martin V-12 Vantage S packs the automaker's 5.9-liter engine into its smallest car, the result?
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It's hard to fathom what 100 years really is.
It's a general rule of thumb that any new Aston Martin causes a spate of heart palpitations, shaky hands, and a sudden need for replenished saliva.
There's an awful lot of creativity brewing over at Aston Martin these days— apparently the British automaker of some very fine sports cars has flat run out of ideas to generate new interest on its 2012 Vantage.