2002 Aston Martin DB7

Vantage Convertible


  • Baujahr 
  • Automobiltyp 
    Cabriolet / Roadster
  • Lenkung 
  • Zustand 
  • Innenfarbe 
  • Anzahl der Türen 
  • Zahl der Sitze 
  • Standort
  • Außenfarbe 
  • Kraftstoff 


- Odometer shows less than 29,000 miles
- Supercar performance combined with open air motoring
- Beautiful condition commensurate with very low mileage
- Automatic transmission
- A quintessential British Grand Tourer

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.

At the 1999 Geneva Auto Show, Aston Martin launched a top end version in the DB7 series, which was became popular as the DB7 Vantage. This vehicle was in-production till 2004.

Building on the success of the in-line 6 cylinder DB7 the new Vantage models featured an all new 420bhp, 6.0 litre V12 engine, with a choice of 6 speed manual or 5 speed automatic gearbox.

In addition to the new powertrain the Vantage model had more aggressive styling, with a bigger front grille, new fog/side/indicator lights and imposing 18” wheels with Bridgestone S02 tyres.

The DB7 Vantage had real worldwide appeal and set new standards of power, refinement and reliability for handmade luxury sports cars.


This DB7 is not just an ordinary DB7. The car is a beautiful example with a very low mileage.

Due to the extremely low mileage, the Aston is exterior and interior wise in a wonderful and impressive condition. Truly a collectors condition.

The exterior color has been very tastefully chosen in Pentland Green. This color suits the Aston Martin very well.

Due to the low kilometres the paintwork is in excellent order with hardly a blemish to note. There are even no stonechips.


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.

It’s as if the stylist has taken the classic Aston shape and smoothed off the sharp edges; the result is very elegant.

The leather and walnut-trimmed cockpit is beautiful with proper, thick Connolly hide and matching piping.

The interior is due to the low mileage in a beautiful condition without any signs of wearing.


The DB7 is a car which can be used on a daily base and every time she is parked one will look back and enjoy the fabulous lines of the car.

A great combination of strong engine performance and easy to use automatic gearbox makes this a great every day companion or comfortable weekend cruiser.

Altogether this specific DB7 is very unique, due to it’s incredibly low amount of kilometers and as new condition.

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