Aston Martin launches last gas-powered V12 Vantage

STORY: This is one of Aston Martin’s last gas-powered V12 Vantage sports cars

Locator: Gaydon, England

It can go up to 200 miles per hour

The British luxury carmaker made only 333 units

and they’re all sold out

[Tobias Moers, CEO, Aston Martin]

"We thought it's probably a good idea to put our biggest engine in our smallest car. And we created the car, which in my perspective, is the most sportiest car the company ever made. And we created the car, which in my perspective, is the most sportiest car the company ever made. It's a track animal.”

Aston Martin is gradually shifting to an electric lineup

It plans to launch its first fully electric vehicle in 2025

[Lawrence Stroll, Executive Chairman, Aston Martin]

"The Vantage V12 is really the swan song. There is a history of V12 Vantages in this company that goes back several decades and it will be the last V12 Vantage we make. Listening to car collectors, real enthusiasts, perhaps most of the people we've sold the cars to - it was three times oversubscribed. We had three times the numbers we agreed to sell."