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  • Ahmed Saleh

Aston Martin introduces new Vantage GT4 after Vantage road, GT3

Aston Martin proudly unveils the latest addition to its renowned GT lineup, introducing the new Vantage GT4 following the successful debut of the new Vantage road car and Vantage GT3 race car. Designed for partner racing teams and dedicated circuit enthusiasts, the Vantage GT4 epitomizes Aston Martin's commitment to motorsport, spanning from track days to the prestigious Formula One® arena.

Building upon the impressive track record of its predecessor, the new Vantage GT4 emerges as a formidable contender in GT racing's junior categories. Leveraging the performance and technological advancements of the recently unveiled Vantage road car, this latest iteration of the Vantage GT4 boasts a range of enhancements in chassis, aerodynamics, drivetrain, and efficiency, ensuring heightened competitiveness on the track.

Marco Mattiacci, Chief Brand and Commercial Officer at Aston Martin Lagonda, expressed confidence in the Vantage GT4's capabilities, stating, "The new Vantage GT4 is a born winner... the increasing synergies between our road and race car programs result in class-leading power and technology on the road translating into race-winning pace on the track."

Crafted, engineered, and produced by Aston Martin Racing (AMR), the Vantage GT4 builds upon AMR's unparalleled expertise and continuity in GT racing, dating back to the legendary DBR9. With insights gleaned from the new Vantage road car, the Vantage GT4 program aims to achieve further performance gains, maintaining the core qualities that made its predecessor a favorite among teams and drivers.

Maintaining close resemblance to its production counterpart, the GT4 Vantage shares approximately 80% of its structural and mechanical architecture with the road car, ensuring compliance with strict regulations while prioritizing safety and performance. Notable modifications include electronic control systems tailored for precise engine and transmission management, alongside chassis enhancements to optimize driving dynamics.

Visually, the Vantage GT4 mirrors the striking design of the new Vantage, with aerodynamic refinements achieved through Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis and collaboration with Aston Martin's Design department. Limited aerodynamic adjustments, such as a larger front splitter and a new rear wing, contribute to increased downforce and reduced drag compared to its predecessor.

Following an exhaustive development program, the new Vantage GT4 made its international racing debut at the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge event during the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona meeting, marking the beginning of production and delivery to customer teams worldwide.

With a legacy of class-winning performances, the Aston Martin Vantage GT4 continues to set the standard in GT racing, offering professional racers and amateur enthusiasts alike a fast, reliable, and exploitable package for challenging for victory on the track.

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