By the early 1990s it was obvious Aston Martin would need to increase production in order to survive. Victor Gauntlett suggested that a new, smaller Aston Martin should be built alongside the big V8 Astons, a car that could be sold in all markets and that would be less expensive.
If you’re a bit of a car geek, you’ll appreciate the pedigree of this fine motor; from the powerful noise of the engine to the elegant, sleek body shape that will send a shiver down your spine. This is the way pose on your way to your event, relaxing in the cream leather seats with the roof down (weather permitting) and to look good drop-dead gorgeous in your photographs. And just in case the weather doesn’t allow for going topless (we mean the roof!) the DB7 has air conditioning – something very unusual for this type of car – so your journey will be completed in comfort.