Introduced in 2001 as a successor to the aging Virage, the V12 Vanquish received an extensive redesign in 2012. Previewed by the Project AM310 Concept, the second-gen Vanquish’s exterior design is an evolution of the DBS with many styling cues inspired by the limited-edition One-77. Show More Summary
1953 Aston Martin DB3S/5. Photos courtesy Bonhams unless otherwise specified. It was built for Aston Martin owner David Brown (the DB in Aston Martin’s nomenclature), but soon after commandeered by the company’s Competition Department to replace accident-damaged Works DB3S models at Le Mans in 1954. It’s been raced by the greats of the day, including […]
A rare Aston Martin DBS has emerged from a 30-year slumber in a barn on the quiet island of Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands. Headed for auction later this month at the historic Silverstone circuit in the United Kingdom, the DBS is a remarkably well-preserved example of a largely forgotten model that really changed Aston Martin's course...
In 1986, this Aston Martin DBS was rolled into a barn and locked safely away from prying eyes, and for the last 30 years, that is exactly where it has remained, until now. Continue reading This Aston Martin DBS has lived in a barn since...Show More Summary
Crave Luxury in Woodlands, Texas has some interesting vehicles in its current inventory. Models like a 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo DP 935, 2011 Aston Martin DBS Volante, or a 1965 Superformance Cobra Mark II are hard to ignore. But, there’s one on the showroom floor that is sure to draw a bit more attention, and it is a 2009 Koenigsegg CCX. Show More Summary
aston martin has recalled its dbs and vanquish performance models, due to a potential problem with the driver’s seat. a problem has been identified with the seat wiring loom for height-adjustable or lightweight carbon seats, which can become compressed if the seat occupant requires the seat to be in the full-rearward position. Show More Summary
Aston Martin has issued a recall for a number of vehicles in its DBS and Vanquish lines, over fears a battery cable may be damaged by the seat runners. The recall affects examples of the DBS and Vanquish built between 16 September 2010 and 17 February 2016. The British car maker reports that if the driver’s […]
While as bold and beautiful as its automotive antecedent from the blockbuster film Spectre, the new Aston Martin DB11 packs more heat. Debuted at the Geneva International Motor Show, it is the most powerful DB model ever made, as well as the first release from the British marque’s second century of operation. Show More Summary
The new Aston Martin DB11 made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show this past week after plenty of early photo leaks, and its look has been the source of a bit of debate. Some of us like it, some of us hate it—even amongst the Jalopnik staff. To ease the tension, let’s enjoy an Aston most of us can agree on: the DBS. Read more...
There’s a new Aston Martin DB! It goes to 11! Hilarious. We’re currently having an office debate over whether or not the new DB11 is pretty compared to the DB9, which is ridiculous because it is—just like the DB6 was still pretty when it followed the iconic DB5. Read more...
The DB 11 has an all new 5.2L twin-turbocharged V12 that produces up to 600hp and 516 lb-ft. of torque, delivered via an 8-speed automatic transmission. Intakes behind the rear windows push air to the rear of the trunk, creating a virtual spoiler. Drops Q3 2016 for $212K.
The Aston Martin DB9 is still one of the world's most beautiful cars, but it's also getting long in the tooth. Although Aston has done a good job of keeping it fresh in the 13 years since its launch, a concrete update to the DB line is more than a little overdue. Show More Summary
Aston Martin has finally unveiled their all-new DB11 in Geneva and we’re in love. Hitting the market in the autumn for $211,995, this design marks the 10th DB (the marque skipped making a DB8) and like the rest of Aston’s lineup, it doesn&r... via JustLuxe.com
When looking for a budget exotic car to buy, it’s easy to get carried away by the sharp-edged lines of a Lamborghini or the pedigree of a bona-fide Ferrari badge. Oh, how wrong you’d be. This Aston Martin DBS is the most beautiful and one of the most rare exotics you can buy today, for way less than the price off the poseur-spec BMW M6. Prepare for enlightenment. Read more...
Over the past few months, Petrolicious has featured some of the world’s most overlooked classic vehicles. Yes, for every Porsche 911 or Mazda MX-5, there’s an Aston Martin DBS V8 or a Porsche 912. The point of each of these episodes isn’t so much about the cars itself, but the stories behind these cars, as told by their owners. Show More Summary
The owner of this 1971 Aston Martin DBS decided to buy the classic British grand tourer instead of purchasing a house, and he explained why that was the perfect decision for him to Petrolicious. Continue reading This guy bought a 1971...Show More Summary
Petrolicious went to to Germany to find a man who didn’t want to spend his money on a house, expensive suits or watches. Instead, he sacrificed his savings for a 1971 Aston Martin DBS V8. A man after our own hearts. Read more...
One of only three models ever made, an early 1970s Aston Martin "Sotheby Special" has surfaced after almost 40 years in storage, and is set to be auctioned later his year. With a bespoke fiberglass body mounted on a DBS V8 chassis, he vehicle was a radical departure from Aston Martin styling of the time. Show More Summary
For those of you that think that my advice always comes with greasy and expensive strings attached, here’s the rebuttal to every one of your long-winded comment tirades. It’s a brand new Aston Martin DBS that not only still has a factory warranty, but has a price tag that was sliced in half and then some. Save your pennies, kids. This is what you want. Read more...
The Aston Martin DB4 was launched in 1958 as a replacement for the DB Mark III (not to be confused with the DB3 race car), and built until 1963 in various body styles and engine specifications. Offered as a 2+2 coupe, two-seat coupe, and 2+2 convertible, the DB4 was produced in no fewer than five variants, named Series I (one) to V (five). Show More Summary