Current Aston Martins

The V12 Zagato

Almost 10 years on from the DB7 Zagato, Aston Martin and the Italian design company Zagato once again collaborated on an exciting new project, to celebrate the 50-year partnership they

The One-77

The One-77 shocked the automotive industry when it was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2009. Using every piece of technology available, Aston Martin set out to create the

The Virage

The Virage sits between the DB9 and DBS, using a 5.9-litre V12 producing 490bhp and 570Nm. Costing around £20,000 more than its equivalent DB9, the Virage is a more exclusive

The four-door Rapide

The Rapide is based on the DB9 coupe, but is stretched to improve accommodation for rear passengers and to make room for the extra doors. Aston Martin was able to

V8/V12 Vantage

The V8 Vantage was a superb car; smaller and more agile than its big brothers, the DB9 and Vanquish, yet with the traditional Aston Martin attributes of style and quality,

The DB9/DBS

The obvious badge for the DB7’s replacement would have been DB8, but it was thought this might cause confusion with the planned V8 Vantage, so the car was named DB9.

The DB7 Zagato

Based on the standard DB7 Vantage, the new Zagato used some of the styling cues of the original DB4GT Zagato to produce a stunning interpretation for the 21st century. The

The Vanquish

The Vanquish was Aston Martin’s first flagship car of the 21st century and, as such, was suitably state-of-the-art. The large, curvaceous body made use of exciting new technology to ensure

The DB7

The first Aston Martin to be produced under Ford’s ownership was the DB7, which appeared in 1994. It was conceived as a spiritual successor to the DB4, which meant it