How else can the Vantage be described except as an icon of British iron? The DB5 is fast, beautiful, luxurious, and famous due to its cinematic associations with a certain famous (and fictional) MI6 agent. While it was slightly modified for duty in Goldfinger (“An ejector seat? You’re joking.” “I never joke about my work, 007.”), off-screen the Vantage is also a modified version of the standard DB5, although sporting triple Weber sidedraft carburetors instead of defensive countermeasures. The Vantage specification is good for 325 horsepower out of the Tadek Marek-designed inline six, and paired to Touring’s Superleggera body (“super-light,” constructed out of aluminum panels covering tiny diameter alloy tubes) it can perform as sweetly as it looks. While you probably can’t fit smokescreen generators to the Aston in the Upgrade Shop, you can always drop in a modern V12 out of the DBR9 Le Mans racer if you have enough coin.