Aston Martin Vantage review

Category: Sports car

Section: Interior

Aston Martin Vantage
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

It’s no use for a car to handle well if you aren’t sitting comfortably enough to enjoy it. Fortunately, the Vantage has a very good driving position, with generous electric adjustment for the driver’s seat and a good range of manual steering wheel adjustment. Electric steering wheel adjustment is available as an option.

The Vantage’s relatively compact dimensions and low window line allow for reasonably good visibility, not only at roundabouts and junctions but also of the road ahead when you're driving quickly. Unsurprisingly, the view back over your shoulder isn’t as good, but the large door mirrors help with this and so do the standard rear parking sensors (you get front sensors as standard, too). LED headlights are standard for great visibility at night.