Aston Vantage Bursts with Orange

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Aston Martin’s Vantage Roadster has never looked better.

This immaculate finish proves that if done right, orange can look sublime on a sports car. Having received body parts from its older sibling, the V12 Vantage, including side skirts, hood and carbon-fiber accents on the front and rear bumpers, the matte orange-colored Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster was treated to a set of color-matched alloys by D2Forged. The wheel-maker’s 20-inch XL2 forged wheels finished in matte black and color matched orange lips being rightly deemed the perfect match for the exquisite British sports car.

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