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Aston Martin Vanquish Volante
February 25, 2015


Aston Martin Vanquish Volante

The Aston Martin Vanquish Volante is one of the more unusual cars in the Aston Martin family. It certainly isn’t the black sheep of the family, but more like that strange cousin that you always wondered if they were adopted. Don’t be alarmed. It is unquestionably a sophisticated roadster with a world class engine and impressive engineering. It just deviates significantly from the usual Aston Martin body design. For starters, the front and back of the car are remarkably balanced, which is practically unheard of for an Aston Martin. Additionally, it sports an upward swooped rear spoiler that you would more expect to find on a Camaro than on an Aston Martin. Despite these deviations from the norm, or arguably because of them, it is a handsome vehicle that has impressive road presence for its somewhat diminutive design.

Once you sit inside the car, you are treated to a cockpit that seems designed almost entirely for driver convenience and comfort. The steering wheel offers fingertip control of cruise control, drive mode adjustment, radio, hands-free communication and more. And what isn’t on the steering wheel is easily within reach on the center console, gently sloped in such a way to require minimal time with your hands off the steering wheel. Comfortable seats and an impressive amount of front storage space round out the advantages the Aston Martin Vanquish Volante offers in terms of driver comfort and convenience.


  • 5.9 Liter V12 Engine
  • 4.2 Second Sprint Time
  • Retractable Soft Top
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  • Built-in Navigation System
  • 9.8 Square Foot Trunk
  • Leather Trimmed Front Seats



With four seats and almost 10 square feet of trunk space, you might think that the Aston Martin Vanquish Volante is an excellent vehicle for family trips. You’d be right, if your family didn’t have any children older than roughly 4 years old. The rear seats have basically no leg room to speak of. That said, it is still an ideal vehicle for road trips with just a single passenger. The convertible soft top can be quickly put up or down, at speeds of up to 30 miles per hour, meaning you can safely enjoy top down driving without the concern of having to pull over for a sudden rain storm. Combine that with an extremely light body and excellent handling and you have a vehicle that doesn’t require much driver attention, allowing you to enjoy pleasant conversation on long drives. For more information, visit Exotic Car Rentals in Orlando, FL.

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