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It may not be the quickest of exotic sports vehicles, but the 2011 Aston Martin V8 Vantage has a great many gifts to go along with its stunning good looks. Aston Martin V8 Vantage Convertible offers the following pros: Seductive exhaust sound; compliant ride; impressive handling; impeccable interior; highly customizable; gorgeous look-and-feel.
Though not as ultimately thrilling as other exotic sports vehicles, the 2011 Aston Martin V12 Vantage has its own original appeal. Aston Martin V12 Vantage Coupe offers the following pros: Aston Martin V12 performance at a lower price; sophisticated ride; impeccable interior; highly customizable; tough-guy-in-a-tuxedo look-and-feel.
The idea of a 4-door sports vehicle has been discussed for ages, but the 2011 Aston Martin Rapide truly lives up to the billing. Aston Martin Rapide Sedan offers the following pros: Seductive styling; agile handling; V12 power; beautifully crafted cabin; highly customizable. Aston Martin Rapide Sedan drawbacks are: Slower than competitors; small backseat; expensive; antiquated navigator.
Aston Martin One-77 technical showcase made its debut the Geneva Auto Salon on 3 March 2009. Chassis no. 1 was on screen as an exposé throughout the show detailing the quintessence of Aston Martin engineering and layout expertise.
While we appreciate the extra performance and suspension improvements, it's hard to imagine that the new 2011 Aston Martin Virage is really worth nearly 30 grand more than its luscious DB9 sibling. Aston Martin Virage Convertible offers the following pros: Seductive styling; V12 performance and smooth automatic transmission; surprisingly livable on road trips; beautifully crafted cab.
If Aston Martin is your type of exotic vehicle company, there is nothing more exclusive or impressive than the stunning 2011 Aston Martin DBS. Aston Martin DBS Convertible offers the following pros: Ferocious power; surprisingly livable for road trips; exquisite interior; muscular take on Db9's gorgeous styling; James Bond's vehicle of choice.
Aston Martin DBR9 was shown to a selected audience for the first time on 4th November 2004 at Aston Martin's headquarters at Gaydon in the UK. An intensive testing programme followed prior to the Aston Martin Dbr9's debut race at the 12 hours of Sebring, Florida, in March 2005.
The 2011 Aston Martin DB9 might not be the ultimate driver's vehicle, but what it lacks in maximum thrills it makes up for with stunning good looks and loads of character. Aston Martin DB9 Convertible offers the following pros: Seductive styling; V12 performance and smooth automatic transmission; surprisingly livable on road trips; beautifully crafted cab.
The 2003 Aston Martin DB7 features beautiful styling, extreme handling and more than enough power to please even the most discriminating car buyer. The DB7 comes available in four trim levels the Coupe Manual GT, the Coupe Manual GTA, the Coupe Vantage with manual or automatic transmission or the Volante Vantage with manual or automatic transmission.
The Aston Martin Cygnet is a city vehicle that sets a new benchmark for compact luxury, building upon nearly a century of experience building high performance sports vehicles, premium long-range grand tourers, and extremely competitive racing machines. Cygnet demonstrates Aston Martin's commitment to innovation and integrity. It is time to think differently.