Aston Martin's latest car is yet another touring sport coupe. The Virage, which means curve or change direction in French, sits between the DB9 and DBS in Aston Marin's model lineup.
The Virage does not represent a new design direction for the venerable British marque, but a modernization of its car engineering.
The Virage uses an active suspension system, which automatically adjusts damping based on sensor data. It also comes standard with ceramic brakes.
Aston Martin has not released extensive specs on the Virage, but it appears to have the same 6-liter V-12 as used in the DBS, which would be good for at least 510 horsepower.
The interior photos shows expected Aston Martin luxury. The presence of a Bang & Olufsen audio system is apparent from the acoustic lenses at the ends of the dashboard.
There is no shifter on the console. Similar to other Aston Martin's, buttons at the top of the stack allow drive mode selection.