ASTON MARTIN DB7 VANTAGE 2001
The Aston Martin DB7 built as a Grand tourer was going to be the savour for the struggling British luxury automobile manufacturer Aston Martin from September 1994 to December 2004.
Designed by Ian Callum and Keith Helfet. The car was available either as a coupé or a convertible form.
The prototype was completed by November 1992 and debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1993 based on a six-cylinder supercharged engine. In March 1999 at the Geneva Motor Show Aston Martin introduced a 6.0-liter V12 Version called the DB7 Vantage.
The new engine was an off-spin of the Ford Duratec V6 and was built by Cosworth. Mated with a six-speed manual gearbox or a five-speed automatic transmission offering a 184 mph top speed.
The DB7 was the highest produced Aston Martin ever, with more than 7,000 built before it was replaced by the DB9 in 2004.
Still today the DB7 is arguably one of the most beautiful styled cars produced.
This particular car is one of the best and has been looked after by the third and current owner to the highest standards.
Delivered new by Grange Motors and maintained by Aston Martin dealers and specialists all its life with a full-service book. The car has a number of factory-produced options, sports exhaust, mesh grille, wood-rimmed steering wheel, reversing sensors and sports pedals.
The car is well worth viewing, as you will find it difficult to find a better example.
PLEASE NOTE: THE NUMBER PLATE ILL BE REMOVED FOLLOWING THE SALE
- LayoutFront Engined
- Power 420 bhp
- Torque 400 lbs/ft
- Top speed 165 mph
- Acceleration0 to 62 in 5 s
- Driven wheelsRear Wheel Drive
- Economy 14.8 mpg
- Body typeCoupe
- Emissions 460 (g/km)
- Vehicle height 1,238 mm
- Vehicle width 1,830 mm
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