Aston Martin proudly unveils the latest addition to its GT racing lineup with the introduction of the new Vantage GT4, completing a formidable trio alongside the new Vantage GT3 for the upcoming 2024 season. Developed and constructed by Aston Martin Racing alongside the Vantage GT3, the GT4 model showcases enhancements inspired by the latest Vantage road car, emphasizing advancements in aerodynamics, cooling, and overall performance accessibility and driver confidence.

Positioned as an ideal choice for partner racing teams and dedicated circuit driving enthusiasts, the Vantage GT4 underscores Aston Martin's unwavering commitment to motorsport across various tiers, from track days to the pinnacle of racing in Formula OneĀ®. Building on the successful debut of the new Vantage road car and GT3 race car, the GT4 model inherits a legacy of achievement from its predecessor, promising to be a dominant force in GT racing's junior categories.

Chief Brand and Commercial Officer, Marco Mattiacci, expressed enthusiasm about the Vantage GT4, stating, "The new Vantage GT4 is a born winner, showcasing the remarkable performance improvements from the new Vantage road car and developed in tandem with the Vantage GT3. This exemplifies the growing synergies between our road and race car programs, translating class-leading power and technology from the road to the track."

Crafted by Aston Martin Racing (AMR), the official GT racing partner since 2005, the Vantage GT4 leverages the brand's extensive racing expertise and continues the legacy of previous successful GT4 racers. Evolving from its predecessor, the new GT4 benefits from enhancements derived from the latest Vantage road car, ensuring increased speed, efficiency, and competitiveness.

Maintaining close adherence to GT4 regulations, the Vantage GT4 shares around 80% of its structural and mechanical architecture with the road car, featuring a bonded aluminum chassis with a custom roll cage for safety. The 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine and transmission closely resemble the Vantage road car components, with electronic control system adjustments for precise engine and turbo control, as well as motorsport-specific traction control.

Key chassis modifications and aerodynamic enhancements, validated through Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), contribute to the Vantage GT4's improved performance and handling dynamics. The sustainable use of natural flax fiber composite in the bonnet and increased downforce, coupled with reduced drag, showcase the meticulous attention to detail in design and functionality.

The Vantage GT4 has already made its international racing debut at the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge event during the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona. With production in full swing and a growing demand, Aston Martin Racing is set to deliver over 40 units during the 2024 season. The Vantage GT4 builds upon the legacy of its predecessors, offering a compelling choice for both professional racers and amateur enthusiasts seeking a fast, reliable, and competitive racing package.



New Aston Martin Vantage GT4