|Aston Martin’s great leap forward was spearheaded by the V12 Vanquish. Out were the old, fussy V8s, and in came Ian Callum, who penned a riot of convex metal so lascivious that minors nearby should need parental supervision. The Vanquish was Callum’s first clean-sheet styling coup for Aston Martin after working over the DB7 from a preexisting design. It not only represented a new styling direction for the company, it also introduced the V12 engine that defines Aston Martin in the 21st century. In the Vanquish, the V12 is good for 460 horsepower and an almost equal amount of torque, giving the motor great tractability and pushing around the extruded-and-bonded aluminum chassis with great urgency. Factor in the compliant yet sporting suspension and the result is a superlative grand touring car able to handle roads as curvy as its body, as any fast sweeper on the new Bernese Alps track will quickly demonstrate. Don’t forget to line up the Vanquish against the stunning Alpine backdrop in Photo Mode to show off the Callum design in a beautifully complimentary setting.|
— Official description 
The 2001 Aston Martin V12 Vanquish is a super grand tourer car featured in Forza Motorsport and in all subsequent Xbox 360 Motorsport titles.
The V12 Vanquish featured a strong aluminium / carbon fibre composite chassis with a 5,935 cc engine. It was available in 2+0 and 2+2 seating configurations.
The naturally aspirated 60° V12 DOHC 4 valves per cylinder with a bore x stroke of 89 mm × 79.5 mm produces 460 bhp at 6,500 rpm and 400 lb⋅ft at 5,000 rpm of torque. It is controlled by a drive-by-wire throttle and a 6-speed Electrohydraulic manual transmission. The standard Vanquish model had 355 mm drilled and ventilated disc brakes with four-pot calipers, ABS, with electronic brake distribution.
|Conversion - Engine|
|V12 - One-77|
|Conversion - Aspiration|
|Twin Turbo, Twin-Screw Supercharger|
|1960s||DB4 GT Zagato · DB5 (DB5 JB) · DBS JB '69|
|1980s||#18 AMR1 · V8 JB|
|1990s||V8 Vantage V600|
|2000s||#007 DBR9, #008 DBR9, #009 DBR9 · DB7 Zagato · DB9 Coupe · DBS '08 (DBS JB '08) · V12 Vanquish|
|2010s||#009 AMR One · #007 - #6 Lola · #7 V12 Vantage GT3 · Vanquish (Limited Collector Edition) · Cygnet · DB10 JB · DB11 · One-77 · Rapide · V12 Vantage · V12 Vantage S · V12 Zagato · Vantage · Vantage GT12 · Virage · Vulcan (Forza Edition)|