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DB7
Aston Martin DB7
Aston Martin
aka DB7 Volante
DB7 Vantage
DB7 GT
Production 1994 - 2000
Class Grand Touring
Body Style 2 dr Coupe
2 dr Roadster
Length 4692 mm
Width 1830 mm
Height 1243 mm
Wheelbase 2591 mm
Weight 1775 kg
Transmission transmission + drive
Engine 6.0 litre V12
Power 420 bhp @ 6000 rpm
55.30kgf.m of torque @ 5000 rpm (V12)
Similar similar (competition)
Designer Ian Callum

The Aston Martin DB7 was a grand tourer made by Aston Martin from September 1994 to December 2003. The DB7 was available either as a coupé or a convertible.

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  • Cheviot Red
  • British Racing Green
  • Derwent Green
  • Grasmere Blue
  • Braemar Blue
  • Sutherland Red
  • Solent Silver
  • Malham White

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Design quirks and odditiesEdit

  • Its wheelbase is the exact length as that of the DB6.
  • In the movie, Johnny English, a blue DB7 Vantage is the car Johnny English (Played by Rowan Atkinson) drove. The car had a missile launcher from the back, a feature in the car that pours out drinks and the ejector passenger seat.

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See alsoEdit

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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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