A powerhouse of British engineering with over a century of history
Aston Martin is an icon of British motoring. Its vehicles blend elegant sophistication with a powerful and exciting drive, and each car is crafted using the finest materials and most advanced automotive technologies.
The beginnings of the brand can be traced back to 1913, when the company’s co-founders created the company Bamford and Martin Ltd. Focussing on quality design and exceptional performance from a small workshop in London, the pair soon captured the attention of the nation. In 1914, the company name Aston Martin was taken on, inspired in part by the founders’ successes at Aston Hill Climb in Buckinghamshire. Ever since, Aston Martin has continued to hold its place amongst the most respected luxury motoring brands in the world.
In the 1960s, the Aston Martin Silver Birch was made a global icon when it appeared in the James Bond film Goldfinger. In the years since that pairing, Aston Martin has retained its association with the suave agent, with the DBS, V8 Vantage Volante, and the Vanquish each taking their place in film history.
Today, the brand continues to work from its base here in the UK. Operating from Gaydon, Warwickshire, Aston Martin’s current lineup includes the classic and subtly sporting DB9 and DB11, the classically stylish Vantage, the four-door luxury Rapide S, the super grand tourer Vanquish, the high-performing compact Vanquish Zagato, and the company’s first ever hypercar, the Aston Martin Valkyrie.
Drive the car of your dreams and enjoy a purely indulgent style of motoring with an Aston Martin leasing deal from Vantage.
Deciding on a new car can be a tricky choice. Naturally, you will be searching for the best the market has to offer whilst making the most of your personal budget. Striking the balance of budget and ideals can be difficult, but our Aston Martin leasing contracts will give you all of the advantages of buying a brand new car without the usual hassles that ownership entails. We will take responsibility for the car’s maintenance and ensure your driving experience is purely pleasurable, delivering further benefits and client care that few car owners could expect. When you choose to lease an Aston Martin with us, you will be given the opportunity to select exactly the car and contract that suits your personal circumstances. Whereas buying your Aston Martin would entail a significant loss of capital through upfront payments, our lease deals allow you to keep your finances running smoothly with a series of ongoing monthly payments. You will be gifted all of the benefits of owning a brand new luxury vehicle whilst we take on any concerns over maintenance, value, and the other hassles that car ownership can include.
An Aston Martin built for you
Vantage Leasing offers to its clients the full range of Aston Martin’s incredible current lineup of high-performance luxury cars. We are able to arrange deals on each of the models in production, with our catalogue ranging from the DB11 to the Vantage. There is an Aston Martin to suit clients with all kinds of lifestyle requirements.
Vantage Leasing provides a full selection of Aston Martin’s renowned models in a range of manufacturer-defined specifications. However, if you are unable to find a design that suits your specifications exactly, we are also able to offer the ability to specify exactly the car you would like directly from one of our affiliated dealerships. Your Aston Martin will be completely customisable, just as it would be when purchasing directly from the manufacturer. Further to procuring the exact car specified by you, we will also offer the most comprehensive and customer-focussed leasing deals on the market. This is all due to the excellent ongoing relationships that Vantage has developed with its Aston Martin partners.
The classically designed Aston Martin Vantage Coupe combines all that is most recognisable of the Aston Martin brand. This carefully sculpted sports car is capable of delivering the ultimate involvement with the option of a six-speed gearbox or a seven-speed Sportshift II paddle transmission system, providing a sportier drive with faster gear changes. Lease the Aston Martin Vantage with one of the car’s various engine options. The V8 Vantage S running on a 4.7-litre engine produces 430 Bhp and 470 Nm torque, achieving 0-60mph in 4.8 seconds. The two-seater features halogen projector headlamps and high intensity discharge headlamps for low beam, as well as clear LED rear lights and a gloss black splitter and diffuser. As standard, the car features a Strathmore leather interior trim, a carpeted rear cabin, a steering wheel with leather finish, and sports seats with side airbags and electronic adjustability. The electrically folding wing mirrors also include a heating function, and the rear screen too includes a heating element to maximise visibility. The car comes with a trip computer, Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity, rear parking sensors, a tyre pressure monitoring system, an alarm and immobiliser. Additionally, the Vantage comes with remote central locking and boot opening, heated seats, and memory functions for both seats and exterior mirrors. In the UK, the Vantage also benefits from Aston Martin tracking services.
The Aston Martin DB9 GT is the company’s most elegantly designed sports grand tourer, with design cues taken from the DB GT models that have gone before. The DB9 is a two-door coupe with a 2+2 seating layout. Its body is built of extruded bonded aluminium, magnesium alloy, and composite. The exterior lights include single bi-xenon lamps with integral LED side lights and indicators, and clear LED lights at the rear. As standard, the DB9 comes with an impressive range of kit that includes a full-grain leather interior trim, an Alcantara or leather steering wheel finish, GT headrest embroidery, sports seats with electronic adjustability and side airbags, memory functions for the seats and wing mirrors, and power-folding heated wing mirrors. The DB9 also features a heated rear window, automatic temperature control, a trip computer, cruise control, and displays featuring organic electroluminescence. Lease an Aston Martin DB9 and you will also benefit from Bluetooth phone compatibility, sat-nav, parking sensors in the front and rear, and a tracking device. There is also a tyre pressure monitoring system, alarm and immobiliser, remote central locking and boot opening, a DAB radio, USB connectivity, a 3.5mm AUX socket, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a rear parking assistance camera.
The Aston Martin DB11 is all about the car’s incredible drive. The car is designed with a two-door body style and 2+2 seating arrangement, and its body is formed with extruded and bonded aluminium with aluminium door structures. The DB11 is fitted with LED headlamps with integrated daytime running lights, side lights, and cornering lights included. At the rear is a set of LED taillights in a sharp blade design. In the cockpit is a touchscreen infotainment system, electronic power assisted steering with a 13:1 steering ratio, and electronic column tilt and reach options. The full-colour 12” LCD screen delivers the primary vehicle information, and a second 8” TFT screen provides the infotainment display. The system is used to control the new Aston Martin sat-nav and audio system, and Aston Martin Premium or Bang & Olufsen BeoSound audio upgrades are available. The DB11 comes in both V8 and V12 variants, with the transmission system including a rear-mounted eight-speed automatic gearbox with an electronic shift system. The wheels are set at 20” alloys, and the braking system includes an electronic parking brake, dynamic stability control, anti-lock braking, emergency brake assist, traction control, and dynamic torque vectoring.
The Aston Martin Rapide S is the most powerful four-door produced by the manufacturer to-date. Featuring a Bosch Engine Management system, the car is controlled by intelligent technology and an AM29 engine with Touchtronic III transmission. Featuring four full-sized individual seats, the whole family can be taken care of when you choose an Aston Martin Rapide S leasing contract. On the exterior, the car features single bi-xenon lights with integrated indicators and LED side lights, whilst the rear features LED lamps with side repeaters. As standard, the Rapide comes with a comprehensive equipment set that includes grained leather upholstery, a manually dimming rearview mirror, electrically adjustable front seats, and memory functions for both the front seats and wing mirrors. The cabin features dual-stage driver and passenger front airbags and side airbags, and head protection airbags are included in the front and rear. Front seats and the rear window are heated, and the car features automatic temperature control in the front and rear. The cabin benefits from a calming ambience with LED map lamps and ambient lighting, and the car also comes with parking sensors, cruise control, and a tracking device. Infotainment kit includes a 6.5” LCD screen, DAB radio, and connectivity for Apple devices, Bluetooth items, AUX, and USB.
The Aston Martin Vanquish has sat at the top of the brand’s model range since its introduction in 2013 - the company’s centenary year. As the flagship model for the brand, the Vanquish represents all of the greatest elements of Aston Martin, from its design and engineering to technology and craftsmanship. The car is available in Coupe or Volante body styles, each with two doors and either a 2+0 or 2+2 seating arrangement. The body is constructed of extruded aluminium and carbon fibre, and exterior lights include single bi-xenon headlights with LED side lights and indicators, and LED taillights in blade design. The Vanquish also features an exposed carbon fibre splitter, diffuser, and sill blade. The standard equipment list included when you lease an Aston Martin Vanquish includes a grained leather interior, Alcantara headlining, electric front seats with side airbags, and memory function for both the front seats and wing mirrors. There is an optional satin chrome jewellery pack, electrically folding and heated wing mirrors, parking sensors in the front and rear, cruise control, and tyre pressure monitoring. The car also comes with an alarm and immobiliser, remote locking and boot opening, automatic climate control, heated seats, and airbags in the curtain area, front, pelvis and thorax areas. Tech includes a 100-Watt Bang & Olufsen sound system, a DAB radio, LCD screen, and connectivity via USB.
We are pleased to offer the opportunity to lease an Aston Martin Zagato, a unique collaborative project between Aston Martin and prestigious Italian design-house Zagato. Released in Italy in May 2016, the Vanquish Zagato is a limited edition vehicle with only 99 units going into production. The Zagato is designed to showcase the very best of Zagato’s design language as well as Aston Martin’s sporting and luxury prowess. The car delivers a unique GT driving style, delivering a 0-60mph time of just 3.5 seconds. Design details include newly sculpted lights with rounded taillight reflectors and wing mirror housings modelled closely on the units created for the One-77. The rear of the Zagato is closely related to that of the DB11, and includes a retractable spoiler and rear hatch providing easy access to the luggage compartment. The rear features a quad-exhaust, and the rear window’s shallow exposure gives the car an unmistakable appearance. Inside, the Zagato is fitted with the level of luxurious touches expected of the Aston Martin brand. Trim details include Herringbone carbon fibre and anodized bronze, with optional leather touches around the facia, vents, and rotary dials. The unique ‘Z’ quilting pattern used on the seats and door sections celebrates the Aston Martin/Zagato partnership, as do the ‘Z’ embossed headrests and centre console.
The Aston Martin Valkyrie is the car that is expected to redefine the hypercar segment for a new age. Hailed as the McLaren F1 for a new generation, the Valkyrie is all about its astonishing performance. Unreleased as of September 2017, the car remains much of a mystery. However, a number of enticing statistics have made their way to us. The Valkyrie is expected to deliver a power output of around 1130 hp, with almost 1000 hp delivered by the car’s 6.5-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine. The rest of the power will be supplied by the F1-style kinetic energy regeneration system. The car’s development resulted from a collaboration between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing Formula One. With a weight of just 1030 kg, the Valkyrie is lighter and delivers more power than other cars in its class. During development, Aston Martin claimed that it intended to deliver one horsepower per kilogram of the Valkyrie’s weight. The low weight of the car is achieved with clever details including the removal of exterior mirrors in favour of a camera system with LCD screens either side of the dashboard. Likewise, the metal badge on the bonnet is so precisely crafted that it is bonded directly to the painted surface and is so thin that it can’t be felt. The interior is stripped down to a three-inch wide centre console and almost all controls are located on the steering wheel. Upon release, each Valkyrie will be designed specifically for its driver. Although performance-focussed, the Valkyrie is not impractical and offers side pods with luggage carrying capability. Two adults should be able to comfortably fit enough belongings into the car for a weekend away, with space enough even for taller drivers.