The car that would become the DB7 began its gestation in 1991. Developed entirely under the ownership of Ford, this new smaller Aston Martin was intended to add a new higher-volume strand to Aston Martin's range, and when the good-looking car was launched in 1993 it soon became obvious that this was sound policy. The straight-six-powered coupe was an instant hit and sold well.
|Publication date:||22nd May 2006|
|Publisher:||The Crowood Press Ltd|
|Categories:||Motor cars: general interest,|
Andrew Noakes was Former Editor-in-Chief of Classics magazine. He is now a freelance motoring writer. Previous books include Mercedes SL Series [Crowood 2004]More About Andrew Noakes