Following the successful launch of the original Vengeance at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, Khan Design unveils a convertible version of the coupe this year – the Vengeance Volante.
The new vehicle’s bodywork will have a special front fascia featuring large black grille and vertical slats. As a special model, both its front and rear bumpers have been refashioned for it to become more distinct from its donor car.
Taking a closer look at the rear specs, apparent qualities of the Aston Martin DB7 Zagato can be seen such as sweeping streamlined curves and round shape taillights and outstanding trunk lid spoiler. The two-tone roulette-like alloy wheels with dimensions of 20 inches at the front axle and 21 inches at the back have been sourced from the sedan from where the cabriolet has also inherited the exhaust system with dual exhaust tips featuring crosshair design.
On the other hand, there is no extreme upgrade in the inside of the supercar. However, its reupholstered seats in black leather and starring silver accents all over the cabin for a contrasting effect are undeniably noteworthy. Its door tops and door top inserts along with a fluting design on the centre of the armrest through to the parcel shelf is a beautiful example of British craftsmanship.
Unlike regular DB9 Volante hardware, Vengeance Volante is designed to use aspirated 6.0-liter V12 engine producing 510 horsepower (380 kilowatts) and 457 pound-feet (620 Newton-meters) of torque.
Khan says that creating the convertible and unique version of the Vengeance was indeed a challenge to the company. Given the distinctive coach built nature of the vehicle, they have achieved a true British fashion and they are positive that it will be given the same enthusiastic reception as the original model did in 2016.
The Vengeance Volante will be very rare as only 3 will ever be built. Two in RHD layouts and another one set to be built in left-hand-drive design. All these three convertibles are added to the existing coupes, one of which is available for purchase on Khan’s website at a yet to be disclosed price tag.
According to Autocar, the redesigned Volante version starts at 480,000 pounds (about $585,300) without additional goodies on top yet. Investors and collectors are advised to place early orders to get the most favorable transaction.
Last but not the least, aficionados can expect Aston Martin’s all-new DB11 Volante at a more discounted rate in the spring of 2018. But don’t fret; a major and groundbreaking reveal might arise before the year ends.