Namesort icon 0-62mph Top speed CO2 MPG Price
6.2 V8 2LT Stingray Convertible 4.20secs 174mph 282g/km 23.00mpg £66 915
6.2 V8 2LT Stingray Convertible Auto 4.20secs 174mph 282g/km 23.00mpg £69 315
6.2 V8 2LT Stingray Coupé 4.20secs 180mph 282g/km 23.00mpg £63 295
6.2 V8 2LT Stingray Coupé Auto 4.20secs 180mph 284g/km 22.80mpg £65 695
6.2 V8 3LT Grand Sport Convertible 4.20secs 177mph 282g/km 23.00mpg £78 045
6.2 V8 3LT Grand Sport Convertible Auto 4.20secs 177mph 282g/km 23.00mpg £80 455
6.2 V8 3LT Grand Sport Coupé 4.20secs 180mph 282g/km 23.00mpg £74 425
6.2 V8 3LT Grand Sport Coupé Auto 4.20secs 180mph 284g/km 22.80mpg £76 825
6.2 V8 3LT Stingray Convertible 4.20secs 174mph 282g/km 23.00mpg £69 835
6.2 V8 3LT Stingray Convertible Auto 4.20secs 174mph 282g/km 23.00mpg £72 235
6.2 V8 3LT Stingray Coupé 4.20secs 180mph 282g/km 23.00mpg £66 215
6.2 V8 3LT Stingray Coupé Auto 4.20secs 180mph 284g/km 22.80mpg £68 615

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