In the 2010s, Aston Martin was doing quite well. Their exterior design work was incredibly well received, and sales were on the rise. Soon enough, Aston Martin was finally taking over a fair portion of the luxury and grand touring market share, rightfully so. The DB9 was an instant hit, as was the DBS. But, what about a model that shared the best of both?
The Virage was designed to be a step above a DB9 in all arenas; yet more tame and livable than a DBS. The result? A 6.0 liter V12 which produced 489hp, a body with perfect 50:50 weight distribution, a refreshed and inviting interior, and an enhanced adaptive suspension derived from a Rapide. The Virage was arguably Aston’s most refined and well balanced Grand Tourer of the era.
This 2012 Aston Martin Virage is finished in a stunning Onyx Black Metallic paint over a black interior. With only 10,000 miles on the odometer, the 6.0L V12 performs like its brand new and illustrates Aston Martin's ability to create some of the best sounding engines to be fitted in a road car. This Virage is a two owner vehicle, with a clean CarFAX report, and is in phenomenal condition throughout, having been protected by a clear 3M protective film for most of its life. For the modern British motoring enthusiast, few cars are capable of offering the same style and substance.
Offered at $80,000