If I could tweak Aston Martin’s lineup (let’s say starting from 2020 to 2024), this is how I’d set it up.

Aston Martin (2-Doors)

Vantage Series - V8 only, 2-Seater and Roadster

Vantage - 480 hp [$144,000]

Vantage S - 520 hp [$167,000]

Vantage GTS - 570 hp [$188,000]

DB Number Series - V8 and V12, 2+2 Coupe and Convertible

DB11 V8 - 520 hp [$183,000]

DB11 V8 Hybrid - 550 hp combined [$189,000]

DB11 V8 S - 570 hp [$195,000]

DB11 V12 - 600 hp [$215,000]

DB11 V12 S - 660 hp [$239,000]

Vanquish Series - V12 only, 2-Seater Coupe and Convertible

Vanquish - 660 hp [$290,000]

Vanquish S - 710 hp [$333,000]

Aston Martin Lagonda (4-Doors)

Lagonda DB Letter Series - V8 only, Upsized Compact Crossover

DBX - 480 hp [$113,000]

DBX S - 520 hp [$130,000]

DBX V8 Hybrid - 550 hp [$152,000]

DBX GTS - 570 hp [$176,000]

Lagonda Rapide - V8 and V12, Executive Liftback Sedan

Rapide V8 - 480 hp [$179,000]

Rapide V8 S - 520 hp [$192,000]

Rapide V8 Hybrid - 550 hp [$210,000]

Rapide V12 - 600 hp [$215,000]

Rapide V12 S - 660 hp [$247,000]

Lagonda - V12 only, Limousine

Versailles - 600 hp [$393,000]

Tarif - 660 hp [$538,000]

Aston Martin Racing - (“V” Cars and Rapide Only)

AMR Vantage V8 - 640 hp [$222,000]

AMR Rapide V12 Hybrid - 700 hp [$295,000]

AMR Vanquish V12 - 770 hp [$415,000]

AMR Vesper V12 (Vulcan Successor) - 868 hp [$730,000]

AMR Vanhelsing V12 Hybrid (Valkyrie Successor)- 1,101 hp [$1.7 Million]


The only other thing I would add in is an Aston Martin Voltage (pronounced “Vool-taj”) all electric sedan based on the Rapide and eventually spin that off into another sub-brand. I also didn’t realize how large of a lineup Aston Martin has in general.