Lot 213 - 2013 Aston Martin Vanquish
|Odometer reading||53,452 miles|
|Estimate||£60,000 - £72,000|
- Aston Martin main dealer service history
- Well specified generation II Vanquish
The first-generation of the ‘V12 Vanquish’, designed by Ian Callum and unveiled at the 2001 Geneva Motor Show, was produced from 2001 to 2007 as the flagship of the marque. The V12 Vanquish was indirectly replaced by the DBS after 2007. The second-generation Vanquish was introduced in 2012, based on the Aston Martin's VH platform, followed in 2017 by a ‘Vanquish S’ with a more powerful engine and improved aerodynamics.
Presented in Quantum Silver (Q Special) metallic with complimentary Obsidian Black Caithness leather this stunning second generation Vanquish is fitted with upgraded 20 inch, 20 spoke diamond cut alloy wheels shod with contrasting red calipers, huge Carbon-Ceramic brake discs and a set of Pirelli P Zero tyres. The Vanquish is powered by the 569 bhp V12 and Autocar wrote ‘this is the best road-going Aston yet’ Carbon fibre abounds in the bonnet, boot, front spoiler, side skirts and rear diffuser. It really looks the part with those muscular rear haunches. This car is specified with the following options - 2+2 seating, sports seats with Aston Martin embroidered wings, full-length twill carbon fascia, satellite navigation, reversing camera, B+O Hifi, One77 full leather steering wheel, satin chrome jewellery pack, carbon roof, red brake calipers, bright finish grille, tailpipe, and side strakes, garage door opener and front end stone protection.
The car has covered 53,452 miles and has an entire Aston Martin main dealer service history. Last at Aston Pangbourne, supplied with the stamped handbook, MoT history, Aston Martin umbrella and two original keys of which the glass key is unmarked. A fabulous opportunity to own a gorgeous sports car.
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