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Cargraphic Aston Martin V8 Vantage


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We all know German tuners are really good when it comes to modify really expensive cars and recently we recently found a new tuning company that designs exclusive tuning kits for super cars. Cargraphic has just launched a full tuning package for Aston Martin V8 Vantage, a car with amazing looks and incredible sound. They analysed it’s aerodynamics in a wind tunnel and they developed a special aero kit which will reduce high speed lift and includes a carbon fiber spoiler lip, a new rear spoiler with integrated diffuser, side skirts and a mirror housing set. The car sits on 19″ or 20″ light weight three-piece wheels with a sport classic design or a racing style GTR design. Engineers from Cargraphic modified the car’s 4.5L V8 to increase its power from 426 HP to 466 HP and the maximum torque was also increased by an additional 32 Nm.

With these performance upgrades the car has a 0 to 100 km/h time below 5 seconds and with a new throttle map, the engine is more responsive throughout the rev range. The Cargraphic Aston Martin V8 Vantage received a new adjustable suspension which lowers the car by 20 mm and customers could switch between normal and sport mode with a simple push of a button. The normal mode is really good for everyday use and will enhance the car’s handling while the sports mode will deliver an incredible driving experience on the road or on a track.

The car also received a modified exhaust system with sports catalysts and customers will get a controlled switch will manually override the car’s exhaust valve. This switch has a quiet mode where the valve is permanently close, a normal mode where the valve operates as it does on the standard car and a sport car which will keep the valve permanently open to get a breathtaking sound that everyone will notice.

[Source: Cargraphic via 4wheelsnews]

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A car enthusiast and automotive writer, Devin holds a degree in Automotive Engineering from Northwood University. Combining his technical expertise with a passion for cars, he crafts compelling content on the latest projects and innovations in car tuning. Learn more about Fancy Tuning's Editorial Process.

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