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10 of the best new supercars to invest in now

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Aston Martin Vantage

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From the new Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing hypercar to Rolls-Royce’s driverless Vision Next 100, the car industry is currently full of high-tech concepts perfect for the modern superyacht owner. But what should you buy if you want something to drive right now? Click through to see the latest and greatest supercar releases just waiting to be let loose on the world’s best coastal roads.

Aston Martin Vantage

Fans of British heritage car marque Aston Martin are in for a treat in 2018 as the brand is set to roll out an entirely reimagined version of its Vantage sports car - the first overhaul for the model since 2005. The new design was unveiled in November 2017 and sports slick styling taken straight from the DB10 concept which appeared in James Bond film Spectre but was never made commercially available. Under the bonnet, the new Vantage boasts a four litre twin-turbo V8 that the marque says is capable of 0-60mph in 3.5 seconds with a top speed of 195mph, all of which can be taken advantage of via three selectable driving modes: Sport, Sport Plus and Track. Interiors feature leather upholstery and finishing in natural materials - but, of course, there is plenty of scope for customisation - while lifestyle offerings come in the form of a centrally mounted 8" LCD screen with Bluetooth, phone streaming and device playback. On sale now with a price tag of £120,900, first deliveries are expected in spring 2018.

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