The Longevity of the Aston Martin DB6
The Aston Martin DB6 was introduced in September 1965, and it was a British grand touring motorcar that had the longest production date among all Aston Martin models. Sleek, streamlined, and ultimately aerodynamic, the Aston Martin DB6 was truly perceived to be truly modern at the time in was released. The Aston Martin DB6 was released to replace its equally worthy predecessor, the Aston Martin DB5. It was more built with better features, and aesthetic quality was improved to suit what was trendy at that time. No longer did the Aston Martin DB series display a steel platform construction that was typical of the DB5. The new Aston Martin DB6 was constructed with a modern monocoque design that featured beautiful steel inner floorpan and panel ...
2006 Aston Martin V8 Vantage N24
The 2006 Aston Martin V8 Vantage N24 racecar was designed subsequently in 2005 as a stock car, and it has its foundations firmly on the critically acclaimed V8 Vantage road car. The car was named after the "N'rburgring 24-hour race", which it has done very well in a couple of times, and it is one of the most exacting and assiduous racing circuits in the world. The N24 is only constructed toward European specifications, and it was given a multitude of alterations, upgrades, and changes to make it on the same plane as any other car in competitive racing. The car was only produced as a limited production vehicle, and only built by hand, which is the Aston Martin stamp of extensive fine craftsmanship.
Aston Martin V12 Vantage
What is it? To create the V12 Vantage, Aston installed the race-derived 6.0-litre V12 from the DBS, giving it a full 510bhp for 0-60mph in 4.2 seconds. It is a staggeringly able machine, with the handling to match. Aston has also pumped up the looks just enough for it to look special: the louvres in the bonnet are a giveaway, as is the rear diffuser, and it’s often also finished in vivid colours such as bright orange.