Getting Coffee In The NEW Aston Martin V12 Vantage



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I jump in the new Aston Martin V12 Vantage and go to get a coffee near Zolder in Belgium.

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32 Comments

  1. I love the new Astom Martin V12 Vantage and it looks gorgeous! πŸ’š I feel like complaining about the price point on these types of automobiles is pointless since they are dream cars. Not to mention the person who is probably purchasing one of these already has 10 other supercars in their collection. 😏

  2. There's a comment in there that the brakes were squealing because the car was being pushed so hard. That isn't in fact true, they were squealing because they weren't being used hard enough. CCMs need to glaze and short bursts of acceleration around town won't glaze them. A spirited drive with lots of hard braking, or a few laps on track, will do the job and the brakes won't squeal.

  3. The rate of speed that the 918 picked up out of the corner was just insane, It shows just how fast a 918 is and the difference between a hyper car and super car in terms of shear acceralation.

  4. Sam il be honest the more flapping you seem to do with your hands lately, really detracts from your videos. Anyone that watches it back will notice the constant faffing is extremely unnecessary.

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