Aston Martin's Vantage lineup has lost something for 2021 — the top. The twin-turbo, 503 horsepower grand tourer is now roofless, with all the dynamics of the fixed-roof version and just 130 pounds more weight. An eight-speed ZF automatic transmission delivers power to an electronic differential, and Aston's Dynamic Torque Vectoring along with electronic aids allows for a 0-60 sprint of 3.7 seconds. Three modes are available for the suspension and engine: Sport, Sport + and Track, with each one specifically tailored to the Roadster. The tailored cloth top can raise and lower in less than seven seconds at speeds of up to 31 MPH, and an inordinate amount of time was spent making sure the cabin stays nearly as calm with the top down as with it up. The exterior retains the exceptional lines of the coupe, with the top integrated seamlessly into the overall design. One exterior option is the "vane" grille, available for both the convertible and coupe in 2021. Aston Martin is taking orders now, with delivery set for Summer of 2020.