Aston Martin Jet 2+2 aka Rapide Wagon is about to enter limited production

Article by Christian A., on June 6, 2013

Back in March at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin unveiled the Jet 2+2, a special concept that commemorates Aston Martin’s centenary but also 60 years of partnership between Aston and Bertone. Although it was planned as a one-off project, it appears that the positive feedback made Aston Martin think again and consider a limited production run.

The Jet 2+2 is powered by a 5.9-liter V12 engine borrowed from the Aston Martin Rapide and capable to deliver 470. Aston Martin could use the new V12 engine found on the new Rapide S, as it delivers 550 hp.

In terms of design, the production version of the Jet 2+2 is expected to look the same as the concept, featuring a full-length LED light strip inspired by the exclusive One-77.

The interior also looks impressive and the Jet 2+2 features four individual seats, while the headroom was increased for the rear passengers due to the switch in bodystyle. Still, the car can offer extra luggage space as the two rear seats fold flat and can be hidden under a sliding cover.

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