V12 Vantage Making Friends On Facebook

Written by tonks on May 24, 2009

Aston Martin V12 VantageSometimes it can be hard to get our hands on pictures of new sports cars that are about to be released. Many times we have the luck of finding pictures that have mysteriously surfaced because someone was able to catch it on the road somewhere. Or we wait for the automaker to release the pictures for us.

In the case of the V12 Vantage, Aston Martin thought that it would be wise to spread a few loveable pictures around the internet to help give it much needed publicity. This new sports car is known to get 510 horsepower and was debuted earlier this year in at the Geneva Auto Show.

These photos that were released would help to give people the sense of what they could be driving and to go along with Aston Martin V12 Vantage Interiorall of those great reviews that they have been receiving. One of the ways that they chose to spread the word is through the well known social book marking site – Facebook.

Now friends and colleagues can go online now and find the perfect pictures of the V12 Vantage and become friends with Aston Martin in the hopes of staying up to date with the news and specifications that we are hoping will be released. It even helps with all of us over in the U.S. to dream about what we could have. Unfortunately the Vantage is not scheduled to come over.


Posted Under: Aston Martin,Supercars

Reader Comments

I love the car. It is unreal.

#1 
Written By Auto on June 5th, 2009 @ 3:24 pm

Seriously, the aston Martin V12 is the most unreal car to drive.

#2 
Written By Insurance on June 5th, 2009 @ 4:48 pm

ooooooooohhhhhhhhhhh gad this is a very car a supercar i dont now but i bilive in th gad and gad is number one but this car is number two pfffffffffffff v12 new is beautiful beauty

#3 
Written By Ani Hiraj on August 17th, 2009 @ 6:26 am

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