Aston Martin
DB7 Vantage Volante
Year of build:
  • Superbly maintained
  • Just 23.000 Kms since new
  • Benefits from a recent overhaul worth of €14.000,- at Aston Martin dealer Cito Motors Eindhoven 
  • A beautiful opportunity to acquire an almost new DB7 Vantage Volante 
  • With its 6.0L V12 and 420 horsepower, the performance was impressive for a car from that time 
  • Finished in the beautiful shade of Stronsway Silver with black leather interior


The DB7 series first came out in 1994 as a base series, positioned below the custom-built V8 Virage series. It shared some resources with the Jaguar XJS and also the Jaguar XJ220. 

However, the DB7 was surely a degree higher than Jaguar in terms of price and luxury quotient. 

In 1999, the more powerful DB7, the V12 Vantage was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. 

Its 5.9 litre, 48-valve, V12 engine produced 420bhp and 400lb/ft of torque. Aston Martin claimed it had a top speed of 165mph and would accelerate from 0–60mph in 4.9 seconds. 

The chassis was extensively redesigned and improved to cope with an almost 33% increase in power. Bigger Brembo brakes, new front wishbones and a now double-wishbone set-up at the back were more than enough to handle a V12 that was soon to appear in the Vanquish. 

Ian Callum was in charge of styling revisions and the staggering beauty of the original DB7 was made more masculine with revised flanks, new door sills, a new rear bumper and a wider front grille. 

Inside, a red starter button was integrated into the centre console, close to a new analogue clock that replaced the previous model’s digital one. 

The new sports seats were more comfortable, gave better support when driving as hard as the latest car was capable and also allowed greater interior space



This beautiful example was originally delivered in Belgium.

It really is a collectors example in an absolute beautiful specification and condition. It has been very tastefully ordered in a classic Stronsway Silver with a black leather interior. 

The DB7 is newly delivered the 21st of April 2003. 

What makes this DB7 especially special is its extremely low mileage. Only 23,000 km have been driven with the car since 2003.

But thanks to its low mileage, the car is in an exceptional condition.

The car currently has a Dutch registration but we can assist with registration in other countries. 

The former owner brought the Aston Martin to Aston Martin dealer Cito in Eindhoven and asked them to do any action needed to bring the car not only optical but also technical in perfect condition. This resulted in an invoice of € 14.000,- euro.

4 new tires have been installed recently as well so the car is ready to be enjoyed by a new custodian.



Having covered only 22.000 kilometers since new it is clear that the exterior condition of the Aston Martin is beautiful. 

One can find a very minor chip at the boot but furthermore the condition of the Aston Martin is impressively nice.

Even the wheels don’t show any “parking” damages and the front window does not show any stone chips or other damages. 

Overall the exterior condition of this Aston Martin is very nice. 



Looking at the interior, one can see that the car has driven very few kilometers. 

Apart from minor wear on the drivers seat, the entire interior is in a beautiful condition. All buttons and switches are in as new condition without any signs of use. 

The interior of the DB7 is as pleasing to the eye as the exterior. The shape of the interior was designed by Scottish designer Ian Callum and has been hailed as the best looking British car since the Jaguar E-type.

The beautiful walnut trim is also in a very nice condition.  



The DB7 was never intended to be a car for really twisty roads but it will still be fun trying it out on some of the twisty roads in the Alps or the coast-side roads around the Cote D’Azur.  

Mid-corner there is plenty of feedback through the steering wheel. Grip is good too, enabling the driver to transfer the high amount of torque to the asphalt. 

With its 420 bhp, its a powerful car. Very powerful for a car from that time. One can feel the power once the accelerator is pushed, but one can drive the car with such each and smoothness when necessary. 


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