Less is Better
The 7-speed manual will be in the mainstream cars after the AMR run is complete. The AMR will be about $180k so far from the Evora pricing.https://blog.dupontregistry.com/aston-martin/aston-martin-vantage-amr-is-a-7-speed-supercar/?utm_source=blog.dupontregistry.com&utm_campaign=cd5d365470-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_11_21_08_26_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_86a5b00c55-cd5d365470-6876809&goal=0_86a5b00c55-cd5d365470-6876809
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A limited higher priced edition, but shows that they have the manual ready to go.
But I own a Vantage, I love the Vantage, but it's really not a straight competitor for an Evora. It's fast and fun, but not nimble in the way a Lotus is. It's also built like a tank in comparison to a Lotus. I can see someone cross shopping, but I'd be surprised if it came down to a Vantage or an Evora for anyone. If I didn't also own an Elise, I'd be dissatisfied with the Vantage because it's too much GT for the fun little small road drives.