Vanquish Volante testing at the Ring

Apparently Aston Martin is still doing tests with the Vanquish Volante. The open top Vanquish, which is highly likely to be revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show, has now been spotted at Aston’s test center at the N├╝rburgring. Here’s some pictures from GMotors.co.uk, showing the Vanquish Volante in full camouflage. Which is strange because we’ve already seen a fully naked test car in February, during tests in Sweden…

Vanquish in two kinds of silver

Last Friday was a good Aston day here in the Netherlands. Two new Vanquish examples were delivered to their proud owners. Both in silver, but different kinds of silver: One in the new Skyfall Silver, one in the classic Silver Birch. BTW: check the license plates… How cool is that? More pictures of both after the break:

Vanquish Volante now testing in the UK

In the past weeks, we’ve already seen the upcoming Vanquish Volante almost without camouflage, first while testing in the snow, then more close-up photos, both times taken in Sweden. So it’s strange to see these new photos, taken in the UK, where the Vanquish Volante is driving around in full camouflage again.

Vanquish Volante spied up close

AutoEvolution.com just released more spy-shots of the Vanquish Volante that is currently testing in Sweden. These new pictures are taken from close by, giving us a better look at the car. The only camouflage left is the fake spoiler that seems to be fit over the real Vanquish spoiler and some tape over the rear lights.

New spy shots of the Rapide (S)

The new Rapide was spied again, without any camouflage. Is it the replacement of the current Rapide or is it a new Rapide S model, to be introduced next to the existing Rapide? Time will tell, but my guess still is that this will be a replacement.

Dutch V12 Zagato in Storm Black

The first, and only, dutch V12 Zagato has been spotted this week. It’s #77 of 101 and it’s in Storm Black! I already posted about this spot on our Aston Martin News Facebook page, linking to the spot on dutch car spotting AutoGespot.com. But alas, the AutoGespot.com police has already removed the spot, probably because it violated one of their stupid spotting rules. Luckily, the pictures had also been upped to the other dutch car photo site AutoJunk.nl which has no such rules, so I was still able to get at the pics and show them to you.