longside the V8 Vantage Le Mans, Aston Martin announced the DB7 Vantage Volante at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show. Much of the car was similar to the Coupe version, but the Vantage Volante featured stiffer suspension.
The model was a complete success story, particularly in America which helped propel sales up to 2046 examples.
Like the DB7 Vantage, the Volante featured Aston Martin’s top V12 engine that was capable of 420 bhp.
This left-hand drive Vantage Volante Convertible was delivered new to Belgium and comes with a copies of the manufacturer’s Certificate of Conformity and specification sheet. Finished in green with beige/green leather interior, it has the ZF five-speed automatic gearbox and is presented in beautiful condition having covered only 32,173 kilometres from new. The car is offered with instruction book, Belgian Carte Grise and Contrôle Technique. A rare chance to acquire a little-used example of this ultimate soft-top Aston Martin for a fraction of the original purchase price.
This exceptional Vantage Volante has covered just 23,229 kms (14,433 miles). Delivered new via Royal Motors in Monaco, it was first registered in Belgium in January 2003 and remains in showroom condition, complete with the original leather-bound Owners Guide folder containing New Car Warranty, Quick Reference Guide, Traffic Pro Navigation System booklet and spare keys. Even the Aston Martin umbrella is in place in the boot, which also houses the Aston Martin Premium Audio System with six-disc CD changer and battery conditioner in its original A-M box. The car has 2+2 seating, power hood, hood cover, red brake callipers and carbon-fibre dashboard trim. Costing almost £100,000 new, today it is a supercar bargain.