The 1964 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage is an old classic car in UD. It was added in the Racing update.
The high-performance DB5 Vantage was introduced in 1964 featuring three twin-choke 45DCOE side-draft Weber carburetors and revised camshaft profiles, delivering greater top-end performance at the expense of overall flexibility, especially as legendary Webers are renowned as 'full-throttle' devices. This engine produced 325 BHP (330 PS; 242 kW) at 5,500 RPM.
With a cost of $450,000, it is not the cheapest car in the game, and comparing it's performance stats to other cars in the game, it's not very quick for what it is. With a top speed of 143 MPH (231 KM/H) and a 0-60 MPH (0-97 KM/H) time of around 6 seconds, it's not as fast as some other cars in this game but considering that it's a classic and not meant for great speed, it's easily forgiven. And despite the performance, Revenue per mile is actually rather impressive, with a cashback of $912 per mile.
Despite the lack of top speed, the DB5 Vantage has a high tendency to roll when going sideways, giving it great cornering abilities. This behavior is similar to the behavior of the AE86 Trueno.
- When you are completely stopped, if you try to start driving while you're turned all the way left or right the car will not m
ove but will instead switch between neutral and 1st gear rapidly. The way to fix this is to drive straight then turn.
- This is the first Aston Martin to be added to Ultimate Driving.