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Aston Martin Vantage Alpha Model 1/24 scale model car kit

Aston Martin Vantage Alpha Model 1/24 scale model car kit

About the 1/24 scale car model kit

This 1/24 scale model car kit is the perfect choice. With detailed instructions and high-quality materials, you’ll be building beautiful model cars in no time.

Our unique advantages  

1.About the model

We have a unique car theme. which can satisfy your love for cars to the greatest extent and restore the cars you love. 

2.About Photo-ethed detail parts and decalsWe have unique Photo-ethed detail parts and decals parts with excellent workmanship and excellent effect. which can restore the details of the real car.

3.About accurate modeling

Car data is accurate, referring to the size of the real car. and striving to achieve the most accurate restoration. 

4.About Model Materials

The model uses good materials to minimize shrinkage problems and make the final effect more realistic while ensuring that the model is easy to save. 

5.About after-sales service

Provide the most intimate supplementary parts service. so that your production has no worries. 

About the car 

The Aston Martin Vantage is a 2-seater sports car produced since 2018 by the British car manufacturer Aston Martin, to replace the model of the same name produced between 2005 and 2017.

The new Vantage was presented on 21 November 2017[1] and is based on the new platform shared with the new DB11 and DBS Superleggera, appropriately adapted.

The Vantage uses Mercedes-Benz-derived powertrains and infotainment systems. In fact, it features the Mercedes-AMG M177 engine, a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 capable of 510 HP and 685 Nm of torque. This same engine powers the entry-level V8 version of the DB11 “big sister”, however to optimize the sound Aston Martin engineers have redesigned the entire exhaust system. Furthermore, to improve driving dynamics and achieve optimal weight distribution, i.e. 50/50 front/rear, the central front engine is positioned as low and rearward as possible in the chassis and the 8-speed ZF automatic transmission is mounted at the rear according to the transaxle scheme.

To be light and rigid, the body uses an extruded aluminum structure and steel panels joined with an epoxy adhesive while the suspensions are on 4 independent wheels. The front ones use an overlapping quadrilateral layout while the rear ones use a precise multilink, in both cases with coil springs, anti-roll bar and Skyhook electronically controlled shock absorbers.

In fact, the car has 3 driving modes (Sport, Sport+ and Track) which can be selected by the driver and which intervene on the character of the car by modifying the set-up, responsiveness of the power steering and power delivery. The first is the quietest mode, the second is the one suitable for fast driving on the road and the third is the one dedicated exclusively to the track. It is also the first Aston Martin production car to have an electronically controlled E-Diff differential and the Dynamic Torque Vectoring system which by electronically braking the inside wheels improves cornering behavior.[2]

The braking system has 4 self-ventilating discs behind 20-inch alloy wheels with 255/40 tires at the front and 295/25 at the rear.

The line makes the car appear compact, with the classic Aston Martin octagonal grille dominating the lower part of the front completed by the elongated LED headlights placed in the upper part. On the side there is a thick “wave” door sill painted black which streamlines the rather high belt line and a hot air vent grille on the front mudguard. The rear is dominated at the top by the original light clusters, two horizontal headlights joined by a red LED strip with third stop function which follows the line of the rear spoiler and recalls the front grille, and at the bottom by the black diffuser with four integrated exhausts. The bottom is faired and the drive shaft is made of carbon fibre.

The car is a two-seater bucket with a 350-litre boot. The two sports seats with integrated headrests are covered in leather and there is a large central tunnel in which there is space for the physical buttons to operate the multimedia system with standard satellite navigation and the automatic gearbox. On the dashboard there is an 8″ display and the air conditioning vents with related controls.

The steering wheel equipped with airbag and steering wheel controls is round and on the column there are paddles to operate the automatic gearbox during manual mode. The digital dashboard is recessed behind an anti-glare lid and is divided into three partsː the central panel is reserved for the digital tachometer (whose graphics simulate the analogue one) and the digital speedometer; the side ones, on the other hand, can contain various information about the car.

The Vantage covers 0 to 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds and reaches a top speed of 314 km/h.