The sleek convertible – which is expected to hit Aston Martin dealerships soon – can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds before tapping out at 201 mph. The Roadster edition is the follow up of  the  V12 Vantage S Coupe that was launched in 2013, but featuring a whole new bundle of upgrades.

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The car now has an uprated suspension with three-stage adaptive dampening, carbon ceramic brakes and a seven-speed automated manual transmission, ensuring that all that power doesn't go to waste.

The Roadster's body also got a makeover, sporting a bespoke grille with a carbon fibre trim and black or titanium silver mesh, and a protruding bonnet with rakish air intakes – that's available with an optional graphics package. 

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