Aston Martin Vantage received an unusual tuning from the studio Revenant AutomotiveJune 11, 2020
The British tuning company Revenant Automotive has developed a smaller radiator grille for the Aston Martin Vantage sports coupe that is better suited to this car.
Let’s talk about car grilles, false radiator grilles. Over the past decade, many global automakers have begun to increase this exterior element in their models. We are not quite sure who started this trend, which is rather strange in our opinion, but it seems that Lexus and Audi were among the first. And, of course, the latest (and most popular) car that boasts a huge vertical fake radiator grille is the new BMW 4 Series.
Even the British luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin decided to join this trend and equipped the Vantage sports coupe with a large false radiator grille in 2018. A low and wide grille was integrated into the front bumper, so it does not seem as huge as the latest Japanese Lexus models.
A British company called Revenant Automotive has decided to present its version of what a false radiator grille might look like for an Aston Martin Vantage.
I must say that at first glance, changes in size look unnoticed, but at the same time, you can see the difference between the original design of the grille from the designers of Aston Martin. (see below)
According to representatives of the Revenant studio, the price of a new grille, which is still integrated into the front bumper, will depend on the chosen configuration of the bumper itself. For example, you can even order a bumper with a smaller grille made entirely of carbon fiber.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Aston Martin could release a seven-seater version of the DBX crossover. The executive director of the premium British brand promised new crossover modifications.
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