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Aston Martin DB4
Aston Martin
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Production 1958–1963

1,204 produced 1,185 DB4 19 DB4GT/Zagato

Class Sports car
Body Style 2+2 coupé

2-seat coupé 2+2 drophead

Length 177 in (4,496 mm)
Width 66 in (1,676 mm)
Height 52.5 in (1,334 mm)
Wheelbase 98 in (2,489 mm)
Weight 1240 kg (2734 lb)
Transmission transmission + drive
Engine DOHC Straight six, 3670 cc, 240 bhp @ 5000 rpm
Power 240 lbs-ft @ 4200 rpm
Similar DB4 GT Zagato

Lagonda Rapide

Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

The Aston Martin DB4 is a sports car sold by Aston Martin from 1958 until 1963. The DB4 was the successor of the Aston Martin DB Mark III.

Aston Martin DB4

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  • A DB4 Convertible is used in the 1969 film The Italian Job

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ASTON MARTIN

Prodrive Ltd.


Prodrive | Aston Martin | Lagonda | Tickford | Glenn Seton Racing | Aston Martin Racing


Current Models: V8 Vantage · V8 Vantage Volante · V12 Vantage · DB11 · Vanquish · Rapide · Vulcan · ·

Historic cars: DB1 · DB2 · DB3 · DB2/4 · DB Mark III · DB4 · DB4 GT Zagato · DB5 · DB6 · DBS (1967) · V8 · DB7 · V12 Vantage · DB7 Zagato · DB AR1 · Lagonda · Lagonda Rapide

Historic Supercars: V8 Vantage · V8 Zagato · Virage · V12 Vanquish

Racing/Competition: DB3 · DBSS · DBR1 · DBR2 · DBR3 · DBR4 · DBR5 · DP212 · DP214 · DP215 · Nimrod · AMR1 · DBR9 · DBRS9 · Rally GT · Vantage GT2 · Vantage GT4 · LeMans Works LMP1 · Rapide 24h Nurburgring

Concept cars: AM4 · Jet · Bulldog · Jet 2 · Lagonda Vignale · Vanquish Zagato Roadster · 20/20 · AMV8 Vantage · Rapide Concept · V12 Vantage RS Concept · Cygnet Concept


David Brown · David Richards · Ford


Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford Corporate website A brand of Prodrive Ltd.


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