Aston Martin DB 7 Cabrio
Founded in 1913, Aston Martin was known as a racing car manufacturer until the Second World War. In 1922 it had its heyday with Count Zborowski in the Brooklands race from where it reached a speed of 122 km/h and broke a total of 10 world records. Starting in 1948, the legendary models made popular by James Bond DB (David Brown), were built. Ian Callum designed the style icon and the technology reflected a compressor variety of Jaguar. This combination lends an exceptional driving feel to one of the most attractive convertibles of our time.
Year of manufacture: 1999
Engine: 3,239 cc • 6-cylinder • 332 hp at 6,000 rpm
Transmission: 4-speed, automatic
Steering: left-hand • Seats: two plus two, incl. driver