Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante
As a New Addition To The Family
Aston Martin and his expected addition to the family known as DBS Superleggera Volante. New, more powerful, more balanced with the V12 touch. This DNA distinguishes it from the average sports car. Starting from the base of the DBS Superleggera, Volante supplies roof-topped cars with soft surfaces. If anyone does not know Volante in the world of Aston Martin means convertible.
For the DBS it uses the same folding roof as in the DB11 (a car with which the DBS shares plenty of DNA).But the Volante is a car that calls for sunshine, opening up visibility and the experience of the drive once that roof has been lowered. There's also a wind deflector for when the roof is open, although the aerodynamics make for just enough rustling of hair without upsetting the situation, even without the deflector in place.
With the roof raised the already tight boot space – it's partially consumed by the wind deflector and an umbrella - is reduced further, limiting the capacity to a couple of small bags. There's always the back seats, which are strictly for smaller people (preferably kids). Back to basics Inside there's nothing particularly high-tech, with the emphasis instead on traditional luxury.There's a plethora of leather and stitching and the occasional intricate pattern for effect. Plus, the options are boundless – adding to the $559,000 asking price ($42,000 more than the Coupe). Choose your colors and finishes to match your taste.