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Aston Martin DBS Volante Review & Road Test

Sun-loving perfection Model Tested: 2009 Aston Martin DBS Volante; 6.0-litre V12 petrol; six-speed automatic; convertible - $535,350* Options fitted: Piano Black Facia Trim $2648; 10 Spoke Graphite & Diamond Turned Wheels $6620 CarAdvice Rating: Words by Karl Peskett Pics by www.ozcarsightings...

Aston Martin DBS – living the life!

Even as motoring journalists, $500,000 supercars are hard to come by in Australia. If you’re lucky you might get 24 hours in a car or if you’re married to the dealer principle’s daughter you’ll probably get a couple of days, but never a full week...

Aston Martin DBS Volante Review

I had to pinch myself when I received an invitation from Aston Martin to attend the worldwide launch of the DBS Volante, the itinerary for the week long program read like a location shoot for the next James Bond film. By - Anthony Crawford, pics - Nick Dimbleby “Arrive in London on Emirates A380 (top deck no less), chauffeur driven to the Hotel Du Vin in Tunbridge Wells, Kent...

2009 Aston Martin DBS – driven by Kevin Bartlett

2009 Aston Martin DBS – driven by Kevin Bartlett His autobiography is entitled Big Rev Kev for good reason. Kevin Bartlett or KB to those lucky enough to know him, has always been a hard charger. He won Bathurst in 1974 with John Goss in the rain, as well as a string of other races in both Grand Prix open wheelers and sports sedans...