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Popular classic models include the DB5 and DB6 Aston Martin models and more recent favourites are the Aston Martin Vantage V8 and V12 along with the Vanquish models. One quickly appreciating Aston Martin model is the DBS which changes hands at the original asking price, sometimes higher now such is the demand for this particular model.
The Aston Martin Vantage is described as the leanest and most agile car in the Aston Martin line up. Initially pitching for buyers of the Porsche 911 as well as other exotic sports cars and GT models, the Vantage was launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2005 for introduction in 2006. A 2 seater hand-built aluminum structure sports car the Aston Martin Vantage was 4.38m long and featured a hatch style rear door. To the rear of the two seats was a luggage area. The soft top was launched in the same year and was known as the V8 Vantage Roadster.
Powered by a 4.3l V8 quad-cam, 32 valve engine, the Vantage had a power output of 380BHP at 7.300 rpm. The engine size was increased in 2008 to 4.7l and the power increased to 420BHP. This gave the Aston a 0-60 sprint of 4.8 seconds and a top speed of 175mph.
In 2009 Aston Martin announced the launch of the V12 Vantage and in 2014 the V12 Vantage S became the fastest production Aston Martin in history, hitting 60 from standstill in just 3.8 seconds and powering on to 205mph. A favourite with Bitcoin and crypto buyers, the V8 and V12 Aston Martin Vantage is available on Autocoincars.com to global bitcoin buyers.
The Aston Martin V12 Zagato was a limited edition run of cars that shared the same V12 as the Aston Martin DBS - 510BHP, this was primarily a racing version but a limited run of street legal cars were produced.
The Aston Martin DB9 is a true GT car launched at the 2003 Frankfurt motor show. Available as a coupe and a convertible which was known as the Aston Martin DB9 Volante, the original cars were powered by a 5.9l V12 engine derived from teh Aston Martin Vanquish.
Carrying the tradition of the DB nomenclature - DB being the initials of David Brown, owner of Aston Martin for a significant period of its existence, Aston Martin was to use the DB8 name, even though the DB9 was a direct successor to the DB7, simply because people may have been given th wrong impression that the car had a V8 engine, not the V12. Aston was also keen to prove that the DB9 was not a development of the DB7 but a huge step forward in design and engineering which, indeed it was.
The DB9 was the first Aston Martin to be built at their Gaydon factory, with initial production targets set at 1,500 cars per year.
In 2007 the DB9 received some electrical upgrades that aided its reliability as well as a few cosmetic changes and a lowering of the suspension. At launch, the Aston Martin DB9 had a healthy 0-60 sprit time of 4.7 seconds and a top speed of 186mph. the standard DB9 comes with 2 front seats and 2 small rear seats that are for occasional or child use. Incredible to think really of a car the size of a DB9 that struggles to seat 4 adults comfortably but such are the demands from engine, gearbox and of course styling.
The Aston Martin DB9 styling, according to Aston themselves is 'a contemporary version of the classic DB design elements and characteristics'. Others would say that it is simply stunning. Simple and refined lines, the traditional Aston Martin grille and side strakes all contribute to a classic and stylish car from any angle.
In 2015 Aston Martin introduced the DB9 GT with a power output of 540bhp. 0-60 was achieved in just 4.4 seconds and the 0 - 100 dashes in a staggering 10.2 seconds, on to a top speed of 183mph.
Special edition models included the Aston Martin DB9 GT, the DB9 LM and the DB9 Carbon black, morning frost and quantum silver, all available to buy with bitcoin and cryptocurrency.
The staggering Aston Martin DBS is a high-performance GT model based on the DB9 and was launched to replace the Aston Martin Vanquish as the flagship model in the Aston Martin range. Produced between 2008 and 2012 with a limited edition carbon black model in 2010, the Aston Martin DBS was powered by the 5.9l V12 engine giving a 0-60 time of 4.3 seconds and a top speed of 191mph. Special editions included the Aston Martin DBS Carbon Edition and the Carbon Black limited edition.
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Are you able to buy an Aston Martin Vanquish with Bitcoin? The Aston Vanquish became an immediate superstar in the Aston Martin range. Personified in the James Bond movies, used Aston Martin Vanquish V12 for sale now command prices higher than their original price when new due to a number of reasons. A classic Aston already with stunning styling and performance that captured the hearts of many Aston fans, the Vanquish had huge exposure in the James Bond movies and was the role model for some of the later models. And for those looking to buy an Aston Martin One -77 look no further
So what of the newest models? The Aston Martin Vulcan an out and out circuit car that blisters tarmac and looks stunning, and the Aston Martin Valkyrie a track or road car available to buy with bitcoin for sale in the UK.