The GTS is fitted with the 4.7-liter V8 in ‘S’ spec and comes with either the conventional six-speed manual or 7-speed single-clutch automated Sportshift III transmission. Essentially the car has a common interior specification although there are two variations, the ‘Sport’ and the ‘Lux’ version.
The ‘Sport’ offers carbon fibre features as well as the sport suspension which was optional on the regular Vantage. Inside, the Sport is trimmed with either black or grey leather with either alcantara or leather detailing. The centre console is of carbon fibre finish and the rotary controls are black.
The Lux version lacks the sport suspension and adds in some gloss black exterior elements such as the front splitter and rear diffuser, headlamp surrounds, bonnet vent strakes, and window surrounds. The grille has a bright finish which is an unusual feature of the V8 Vantage. The seats are leather, although the colour can be chosen from a wide selection. The rotary controls are finished in satin chrome finish with piano black centre consoles.
Only 100 examples of the GTS are to be but, in both coupe and Roadster forms; the starting price of the GTS is in the region of $137,820.