A year after the announcement of its return to Brazil, Aston Martin opened its business in São Paulo. The aim of the brand, which is now represented by UK Motors (which is also McLaren’s representative in the country) is to sell 40 cars in Brazil in 2022.
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Those visiting the showroom at Itaim Bibi will find the Vantage Coupe and DBX SUV on display, but the brand’s entire line is available in Brazil. There are 10 models in total: DBX, its sports version DBX707 (with 707 hp and costs around US$ 700,000) and sports Vantage, Vantage Roadster, Vantage F1 Edition (Coupé and Roadster), DB11, DB11 Volante, DBS and DBS. Flywheel.
In fact, Aston Martin has already got at least one version of the V12 Vantage, launched yesterday, which will be the brand’s last launch with a V12 engine. The company still hopes to get 333 more units that will be released and that, in principle, already have owners.
Published prices are in dollars and vary by quote. Starting at US$420,000 (R$ 2.1 million) for the Vantage, which has a V8 engine. 4.0 from AMG (Mercedes owns 20% of Aston Martin) and 510 hp.
The most expensive will be the Aston Martin Valhalla, which, however, will only arrive in Brazil in 2024. Five Brazilians have already acquired a hypercar by paying a minimum payment of 200,000 dollars. In 2023, the process of customizing each copy will be carried out (when they will pay another $ 200,000) and the cars will be delivered the following year.
The Valhalla combines a 750 hp 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine with two electric motors (one for each axle). It is with their help that the combination togetherg-in reaches 950 hp, while torque reaches 102 kgfm. cThe range is two clutches and eight gears and the British claim that a single system enables the engine to use different gears at the same time.
It can be the secret of good performance: 0 to 100 km / h in 2.5 seconds, and a top speed of 330 km / h. With these numbers, Aston is aiming for a Nürburgring lap time of under 6 minutes and 30 seconds.
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Time is money and even before opening its dealership Aston Martin has already delivered four cars in Brazil and says it has between 10 and 15 more cars to deliver soon.
After the sale is guaranteed
The new Aston Martin dealership has its own workshop and will also serve owners of independent import cars and the brand’s first phase of official imports (2010 to 2017).
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