Monday, May 9, 2011

2012 Aston Martin Virage – My Dream Car



Aston Martin's newest sports car Virage recommends a turn or a shift in orientation. It arises in a coupe and a soft-top convertible, called the Volante.

Its newest exterior features include: (1) Typical 20-inch alloy wheels; (2) Customary front and rear parking sensors; (3) 5 optional wheel finishes, and (4) Doors open at a 12-degree incline to alleviate curb encounters. Aston Martin's accustomed 6-sided grille sits low across the Virage's nose; Xenon headlights are typical, and its bezels arc are well up the vehicle's snout-like hood; another characteristic Aston Martin features silver lenses of the C-shaped taillights.

Now, going inside the Virage car is a leather-ensconced dashboard rakes gradually on the way to the windshield, using a metal panel of radio and climate controls in the center bound by 2 leather-bound ridges.

Behind the 2 rear seats are luggage space; the convertible Volante drops that to 5.4 cu. ft. Both trunks include a mounted umbrella. These are other interior features of the Virage: (1) 6 optional interior trims; (2) Optional Bang and Olufsen stereo; (3) Usual 10-way power front seats, (4) Customary heated seats, navigation system & iPod-compatible stereo; and (5) Typical Bridge of Weir leather upholstery.

One of the greatest and finest features about the Aston Martin Virage is that it comes with carbon ceramic brakes, which most manufacturers only deal as an option.

No one really needs an Aston Martin but life is better when you have one.

1 comment:

Maria said...

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