Although the addition of S to the name of its predecessor may suggest slight changes to the model, Aston Martin have upped their game since the 2009 cult model. The biggest change made to the v12 S is a brand new automated manual ‘Sportshift III’ seven-speed paddle shift unit which replaces the old six speed manual gearbox, which will hopefully grab the interests of Chinese and American buyers. As well as the new gearbox, the engineering chiefs at Aston Martin have boosted the power and perfomance of this little beauty, from 510hp to 573hp with the pulling power increasing to 457lbs from the previous 420lbs. I know you’re eager to see this masterpiece, so here goes… Using a new engine management system meant the V12 S also receives a new engine designation known as the A28 which is supplied by Bosch, as fifth-generation technology which is well ahead of it’s times, the car deserved a new engine system according to Aston Martin. As the first car in the Vantage range to be fitted with a computer-controlled adaptive damping system, buyers get a choice of normal, sports, or track modes with the vehicle which allows extra comfort when cruising. There are many more new additions to the Vantage V12 S such a new steering system and even a sports button so one can only imagine how impressive this all new design is… Keep a look out for further info on the new Aston martin Vantage V12 S, with an estimated price tag of £150,000 it may take you a while to save your pennies; so in the meantime log onto our website at Leasing Options and drive away your dream car now with our business and personal car lease deals!