The Virage is powered by a 6.0-liter V12 heartbeat which thumps out 490 horses on the open road. That powerhouse will push the new Virage to 60mph in four-and-a-half seconds, on its way to a top end of 186 mph.
The design of the new Aston Martin Virage feels familiar at first glance. It takes a shared inspiration from the aforementioned DB9/S models, proving that Aston Martin is careful not to fix anything that isn’t broken. The look of the late DB models (and hey, pretty much everything with the David Brown moniker) is preserved in the Virage, and we salute Aston Martin for keeping things simple.
The 2012 Aston Martin Virage Coupe is joined by the Virage Volante, a convertible version of the Virage with a similar feature set.