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Aston Martin DB7 1994 - 2003Aston Martin DB7 1994 - 2003Aston Martin DB7 1994 - 2003Aston Martin DB7 1994 - 2003Aston Martin DB7 1994 - 2003Aston Martin DB7 1994 - 2003
The Aston Martin DB7 is a GT-class coupe or convertible introduced in 1994 and manufactured before 2003. The cheapest variant had a six-cylinder engine and was a class lower than the V8 Virage. This Aston Martin was the most popular in the company's history - it produced more than 7,000 units. The DB7 platform was built using the foundation of the old Jaguar XJS only with many modifications. The design of the car was developed as a Jaguar F-type model, but Ford (at the time both Jaguar and Aston Martin belonged to Ford) abolished this model and the design was modified to look like a typical Aston Martin. The first-generation Jaguar XK-8 also uses this XJ-S / DB-7 platform, but the Aston Martin DB7 is significantly more expensive and more exclusive. In 1999, the DB7 received a powerful V12 engine, this 6.0-liter, 48-valve engine developed 420 hp (313 kW) and 540 Nm of torque. The engine is equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox or a five-speed automatic. Aston Martin claims the car reaches a top speed of 299 km / h and accelerates from 0-60 miles per hour (97 km / h) in 4.9 seconds. This DB7 is 4692 mm long, 1830 mm wide, 1243 mm high and weighs 1.8 tons.
The Aston Martin DB7 was the most popular Aston Martin car in the company's history to date, with more than 7,000 units produced.
 
The Aston Martin DB7 platform was built using the foundation of the old Jaguar XJS only with many modifications. The design of the car was developed as a Jaguar F-type model, but Ford (at the time both Jaguar and Aston Martin belonged to Ford) abolished this model and the design was modified to look like a typical Aston Martin.
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Specifications: 3
BODYWORK 5.9 i V12 48V (440 Hp)
Body type Coupe
Number of doors 2
Number of seats 2/2
Luggage capacity, litres 180
ENGINE
Fuel type Petrol
Fuel system Multi-point injection
Engine type V type
Position of engine Front, lengthwise
Engine capacity, cc 5935
Cylinders/valves 12/48
Power output, bhp/kW/rpm 440/328/5000
Torque, Nm/rpm 556/5000
Acceleration 0-62 mph, s 4.9
Top speed 298 km/h (185 mph)
TRANSMISSION
Drive wheels Rear
Steering type n/d
Gearbox Mechanical 6 gears
DIMENSIONS/WEIGHT
Length, mm 4666
Width, mm 1830
Height, mm 1230
Weight/Max Weight, kg 1780
Wheelbase, mm 2590
CHASSIS
Front suspension Double wishbone
Rear suspension Helical spring
Front brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Rear brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Front tires 245/35
Rear tires 265/30 R18
FUEL CONSUMPTION
Urban 22.6 l/100km (12 mpg)
Extra urban 16.5 l/100km (17 mpg)
Combined n/d
CO2 emissions, g/km n/d
Fuel tank capacity, litres 89
Aston Martin car timeline
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  Executive   Rapide
  Mid-size SUV    DBX
  Sports car   DBS V12  
  GT class   VantageVantage
  GT class 2+2  DB7DB9DB11
   Virage  
   Vanquish  
  Supercar   One-77  
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