The Aston Martin V12 Vanquish was first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2001 and was the successor to the Vantage from 1993. The Vanquish was the first car that was wholly styled by design legend, Ian Callum. The Vanquish was also the last Heritage car to come out of the Newport Pagnell factory and often recognised as the car that started Aston Martin’s design renaissance of the early to mid-2000s.
This fabulous Tungsten Grey model has been looked after and maintained with no expense spared over the years with a full and well-documented service history. The car has benefitted from a paint protection film to keep the paintwork in pristine condition and the Charcoal leather interior with quilted Alcantara roof lining are in fantastic condition showing minimal signs of wear.
The car comes with an upgraded Linn premium sound system with satellite navigation paired with the original cassette tape player and CD autochanger and an iPhone and Bluetooth unit has been discretely installed.
In July 2020 the Vanquish had its last service to keep the 460 BHP 5.9 litre naturally aspirated V12 running smoothly. At this time the car also benefitted from a new clutch being fitted and the car was fully inspected and given a clean bill of health. This work was carried out at independent Aston Martin and Vanquish specialist, Bamford Rose. The car has also recently had 4 new Michelin PS4 tyres fitted to the unmarked 19″ alloy wheels.
This fastidiously maintained Aston Martin is being advertised on behalf of a client and is located in Peckham. Viewing is strictly by appointment only. If you would like to know about this exceptional vehicle, please do get in touch on +44 (0) 7388 328 229