This 2000 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante has been a classic from
day one. After all, with unbeatable color combo, the perfect mix of
luxury & performance, and it's original V12 under the hood, this is
truly the best of Britain.
Power, beauty, soul - it's the current mantra of Aston Martin and this is the car that started it. There has always been an aggressive elegance about an Aston Martin, even before James Bond drove one on screen. But the DB7 was a leap forward into a far sleeker era that is still echoed in today's cars. That's why it's already a classic. And with this in mind, it's great to see a car like this one that has averaged less than 1,500 miles annually, and it certainly looks the part. The headlight covers recall some of the best classic racers and remain crystal clear today. The 18-inch factory alloys look like they have never seen a curb. And the original blue pant still has a deep luster that goes perfectly with this sunshine-friendly droptop. And the dark blue power folding top creates a great double blue sophistication that only the British really know how to pull off.
The interior is often what people cherish most about an Aston Martin above all other exotic cars. The blue of the folding roof returns inside, and it's now joined by cream color to create a masterful two-tone presentation. The hand-stitched leather and real wood trim perfectly create premium and sporty feeling all in one package. This car costs over $230k in today's money when new, and so you can absolutely expect it to be loaded. This includes power seats, power locks, power mirrors, dual airbags, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and cruise control. And because you have a power convertible top and power windows, you never have to leave the driver's seat to go from enclosed luxury to a wind-in-your-hair experience. Plus, with the air conditioning blowing ice-cold, you never have to break a sweat when enjoying top-down motoring.
The advantage of the Vantage over the standard DB7 is that you get the excellent V12 motor. The original powerhouse is nestled into the sleek body so snugly, that you realize Aston snuck all the power into the engine bay they possibly could. And because this has spent its life so far as a cherished toy, everything under the hood is immaculate. But don't let this ultra clean presentation keep you from adding miles to the odometer. After all, this convertible was built to enjoy the backroads. The V12 sings a 420 hp symphony, and the fully independent sports suspension feels telepathic as it hugs the asphalt. Plus, the power steering, five-speed automatic transmission, sport tires, and four-wheel disc brakes give you everything you could want even in a modern sports car.
Aston Martin built less than 2050 example of the DB7 Vantage Volante for the entire world. So it will be tough to find another one with such low mileage and such nice colors. Don't miss this opportunity, call today!