20 Best Aston Martin Wallpapers
WALLPAPER: Aston Martin V12 Zagato
Aston Martin Vantage GT3: Essentially the race car version of the V12 Vantage, features a dry sumped 6.0 liter V12 producing 600 hp. The body is 100% no nonsense all carbon fiber composite construction. You know, becauseracecar.
Aston Martin DBS Carbon Edition: You know the end is near when manufacturers begin releasing special editions one after the other. The DBS Carbon Edition is one such car, and the only thing special about it is the stunning shade of Flame Orange that adorns its fenders. This is what seven layers of paint and 25 hours of "hand flat-and polish finish" looks like.
Aston Martin One-77: This is the halo car that Aston Martin claims to have built but no one has ever seen. Only 77 of these cars were ever created, and were immediately sold to a group of wealthy owners for over $1 million a piece. Under the carbon-fiber hood is a monster of an V-12 producing 750 hp. If the One-77 is ever spotted in the wild, then it's probably moving at a pretty decent pace.
WALLPAPER: Aston Martin V8 Vantage N420 Roadster
Aston Martin Rapide: Four door Aston. It's kind of like a four door golf cart with 470 hp.
WALLPAPER: Aston Martin Rapide
Aston Martin DB9 Volante: You know you need this as a wallpaper. It's beautiful.
Aston Martin DBR9: Race fuel, shaken, not stirred
WALLPAPER: Aston Martin DBR9
Aston Martin V12 Vanquish: The car that kicked off the Aston Martin's rennaissance and rekindled everyone's love affair with the brand. Styled by Ian Callum it was the first Aston Martin that didn't look like a Jaguar XK8. To drive home the point the V12 Vanquish was pitted against the XK8 in "Die Another Day" with Pierce Brosnan behind the wheel. It also sounded amazing and looked about as killer as Maria Sharapova in a little black dress.
WALLPAPER: Aston Martin Vanquish S
Aston Martin V8 Vantage Le Mans: Built to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Aston Martin's first Le Mans victory, this last of the old school V8 Vantages was the epitome of a hammer wrapped in a velvet glove. The 5.3L V8 made an insane (for the 90's) 604 hp capable of catapulting the Aston to sub four second 0-60 mph run, and onto a top speed of 200 mph. The interior was not race on Sunday sell to oil sheiks on Monday; it was packed with the latest and greatest in 90's luxo-tech including parking sensors, traction control, and a heard's worth of cow hides.
Aston Martin DB6 Shooting Brake: Built by F.L.M. Panelcraft in the 60's this particular DB6 was owned by WWII vet, race car driver and sport hunter Innes Ireland. He had the Shooting Brake conversion completed so that he could carry his guns with the poised dignity of a true English Gentleman. One does not simply put a gun rack on an Aston Martin.
Aston Martin DB4 GT: Doesn't get anymore classic than this.
Aston Martin DBR1: The car that started it all. The DBR1 gave Aston Martin its first Le Mans win with Carroll Shelby behind the wheel. Think about that for a minute.
WALLPAPER: Aston Martin DBR1
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