Source: Autoblog


Behold the 2014 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante in all its convertible glory. Like its hard top twin, the convertible Vanquish boasts a

• 5.9-liter V12 engine with 565 horsepower and 457 pound-feet of torque.
• Top speed of 183 miles per hour
• Three-layer top can be put up or down at speeds of up to 30 mph in around 14 seconds.
• 6ix-speed automatic transmission
• Weight distribution of 51:49

Yours for the low, low price of $297,995





Looks nice in white:

astton 3 4 white



The hard top has a menacing look to it:

vanquish hard top


video after the jump

Category: Weekend

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8 Responses to “2014 Aston Martin Vanquish (Convertible)”

  1. chartist says:

    Nice car, even nicer woman.

  2. Tim says:

    C’mon Barry, ‘fess up. Tell us the cars in your collection :~)

  3. sellstop says:

    I went around the house and got an estimate of the money in those jars of change I keep filling. Nope, I have to wait awhile for an Aston Martin.

  4. Joe Friday says:

    Absolutely gorgeous car.

    It feels like you’re sitting in a jet fighter cockpit.

  5. farragut says:

    Stupid Ford. Every time I see a Ford Fusion, I do a double-take, thinking it’s an Aston Martin.

    While the convertible *is* nice (and I wouldn’t kick it out of bed), the hardtop looks positively gorgeous. Beautiful lines.

  6. Robert M says:

    Two things; one Clive owens and the BMW roadster ads of the late 1999′s and early oughts were way better. If nothing else the woman was going to put you into trouble not wait for you at home.
    Two, the car sounds like I have a card in the spokes of my bicycle wheel. For $300k shouldn’t the car have a powerless sounding zoom?

  7. MayorQuimby says:

    Think Yiddish, *drive* British? DROOL!

  8. Cato says:

    Absolutely sensational. Plus you can pretend you are Bond, James Bond.