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Aston Martin | V8 Vantage

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Published on Mar 23, 2012

The Aston Martin V8 Vantage - where total control meets pure emotion.

With its combination of sensational design, exquisite craftsmanship and
phenomenal performance, agility and dynamism, the New 2012 V8 Vantage is the
aspirational choice for the discerning driver.

For more information: http://www.astonmartin.com/cars/v8-va...

Comments • 85

ENJager
Wow, what a terrible fucking commercial for such a great car. Omg, so long winded and pointless, this showed me nothing about what Aston Martin stands for, or what the capabilities of the car are, such a shitty commercial.
feuillet
C'etait un rendezvous! Thanks for the smile . . . 
stilettocrazy
What a beautiful homage to Claude Lelouche`s "C'était un rendez-vous". Very well done!!
Osmar Junior
That car in my country (Brazil) costs £137.549,52 (R$799.000,00) with tax
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ZLAKO ZILLA
liked it. BUT. its a copy of the famous short french movie. forgot the name - you now the ferrari blasting trough paris. 
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elloprecious22
The sad thing about this is the lady, most likely does not know  significance of the car she about to get in to, she just thinking '' oh this is a nice car''  and the guy is like ''no this is not just a nice car...This is a (Aston Martin !!)
منذر الشهراني
astons are the world's most beautiful cars, ever!
thatsrt4guy
My goal in life is to buy one if these when I'm old
jonnyy40
'You must be joking,Grandad!' 
godzillasballs
i thought the British hate the French? yet, the commercial copies one of the greatest car films of all time: Rendezvous. go figure, they still messed it up and it looks like a commercial for "street walkers", if you know what i mean. 
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