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Aston Martin Vanquish S 2007
Prijs: € 129.950,00
KM stand: 38.800 km
Kleur: Morning Frost White
Interieurkleur: Obsidian Black
Cilinderinhoud: 5935 cc / 12 cilinders
Vermogen: 388 kW (528 PK)
- Alcantara Seat Inserts (OPT13)
- lichtmetalen velgen
- alarm klasse 1(startblokkering)
- Anti Blokkeer Systeem
- Anti doorSlip Regeling
- elektrische ramen voor
- getint glas
- Paint Colour - Match to sample (OPT11)
This gorgeous Aston Martin Vanquish S is a fantastic addition to our current inventory. Thanks to the combination of the Morning Frost White exterior and Obsidian Black interior it stands out compared to the remaining stock. If you are looking for a Vanquish S, ready to be enjoyed and one that doesn’t need anything, we’d like to invite you to see the car in our showroom.
Aston Martin produced 1,086 units of the Vanquish S, this particular one being a very late 2007 model. With a top speed over 322 kph (200 mph), the Vanquish S was the fastest Aston Martin ever produced until the One-77 was introduced in 2008. Simply said, a fantastic car with the naturally aspirated V12 engine, timeless design and refined beauty in every aspect. Truly a design masterpiece.
Aston Martin introduced the Vanquish as successor of the Virage range. It was designed by Ian Callum and unveiled at the 2001 Geneva Motor Show. The prototype of the car was driven by James Bond in the 2002 film Die Another Day. The Vanquish was succeeded by the Vanquish S in 2004 and became the marque’s flagship car.
Underneath the handmade bonnet sits a 520 bhp version of the V12 engine, delivering its power via a 6-speed manual gearbox controlled by an electro-hydraulic paddle shift gear change. The Vanquish S is a widely beloved car by both modern day enthusiasts, but also heritage collectors. More importantly, the Vanquish series saw huge developments in engineering and design, many of which formed the basis for the development of later Aston Martin models.