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True that. And as for the less than cutting edge/exciting styling, this is a car James Bond would be driving on a 250kph midnight run down the autostrada from Milan to Monte Carlo for martinis and caviar, not Billy Bob roaring from stoplight to stoplight going down to the local tractor pull for keg beer and corn dogs. So yes, a certain refinement, restraint and sophistication are in order, as would be an 8-figure net worth to afford the thing.
Low, long, lean, clean and mean.
I can't wait to see one in the metal. A always preferred the looks of the DB9 over the DBS..........but this new Vanquish is a big improvement over the DBS
However, as the new DB9 has taken on the looks of the (now defunct) Virage....I really do think the latest DB9 is the better looking car. An Aston doesn't need to shout. This is possible the best looking car ever made, in my opinion.
I would agree Paul, The new Vanquish has a little too loud of body work. But I do wish it had a bit more pronounced hips like the older model. But looking at the older model you can see how it is sexy and bold without the any sort of ricer body work.
One thing I must say is I LOVE the new Vanquish tail lights!
I'm in love with everything on the new one except the front lower valence
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