2017 Aston Martin Vantage GT8
Number 091 of 150 produced
Full service history
Two private owners since new
This Aston Martin Vantage GT8
This GT8, car number 091 of only 150 produced has covered just 375 miles in the hands of two owners and remains as new in all respects.
Finished in the desirable Halo Scheme Stirling Green with Lime accents and a black leather and Alcantara interior with Silver Course stitching, the car is finished to the ultimate specification:
6 speed manual gearbox
Electrically adjustable lightweight Carbon seats
Exposed Gloss carbon fibre Aero Pack
19” Lightweight 7 Spoke forged alloy wheels in Satin Black
Black Textured Titanium exhaust system
Dark anodised brake callipers
Forged carbon fibre Aston Martin wing badges
Black Alcantara steering wheel
Pure Black Alcantara headlining
GT8 Vantage seat headrest embroidered in stitched silver
Aston Martin Premium Sound System 700 Watt
Fascia trim in full length Twill Carbon
Glass Fascia Switches
Auto dimming interior rear view mirror
Alarm upgrade Volumetric and Tilt sensors
Aston Martin car cover
This GT8 was supplied new on the 7th March 2017 by Aston Martin Newcastle to a local customer. He retained the car until early 2020 covering only 68 miles during this time. The car was serviced as per schedule in February 2018 at 45 miles and in March 2019 at 47 miles, this maintenance being completed by the supplying dealer.
The Aston joined the second owner’s collection of exceptional cars in February 2020 following a service as per schedule completed by Aston Martin in Nottingham earlier that month. Following purchase the GT8 was sent for professional PPF application in order to preserve the original finishes. A few summer outings since has seen the mileage rise to the 375 miles displayed today.
The car comes with a full factory specification print out, all books including the original stamped service book, invoices and MOT certificates, all keys, tracking and alarm fobs, indoor car cover and correct lithium battery charger. The vulnerable front lower spoiler air splitters remain unused and wrapped in plastic in the boot.