BaT Auction: 19K-Mile 2010 Aston Martin Rapide
This 2010 Aston Martin Rapide shows just under 19,638 miles and is finished in Quantum Silver over Tan leather. Power comes from a 6.0-liter DOHC V12 mated to a 6-speed automatic transaxle and factory options include a rear seat entertainment package with wireless headphones, a Bang & Olufsen sound system, 20″ silver aluminum wheels, and more. An oil change was completed by the selling dealer in anticipation of the sale, and this Rapide is now being offered in Costa Mesa, California with four keys, the original books, a bottle of touch-up paint, a clean Carfax, and a clean Arizona title.
The Rapide was the first 4-door Aston Martin since the Lagonda of the 1980s, and the bonded aluminum chassis is a stretched version of Aston’s VH platform utilized in the DB9, DBS, and V8 Vantage. Per the seller, the front bumper was repainted under previous ownership and displays a few scrapes underneath.
The factory split-spoke 20″ alloy wheels wear newer tires, and the windows are tinted all around. The Rapide is nearly a foot longer than the DB9, and it features adaptive Bilstein shocks and an aluminum rear subframe. The cost new was around $200k.
The interior is finished in full-grain tan leather with contrasting black inlays on the center console. A Touchtronic automatic transmission allows shifting via the push buttons mounted on the dash or with the pair of wheel-mounted paddle shifters. The odometer currently displays 19,638 miles, a handful of which have been added by the seller.
The rear doors swing open to reveal a pair of bucket-style rear seats that fold down to extend trunk space. A 1,000 watt Bang & Olufsen sound system with 15 speakers is optioned.
A rear-seat entertainment package consists of a pair of 5″ displays mounted on the headrests, a remote control, and a pair of wireless headphones.
The 6.0-liter DOHC V-12 sends power to the rear wheels through a rear-mounted 6-speed automatic transaxle. Factory output was 470 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque when new, enough to propel the car from zero to 60 mph in just under five seconds and on to a reported top speed of 188 mph. The seller reports an oil change and general inspection conducted this month.
The Carfax report indicates no accident damage or other issues.
You are not connected to real-time updates. Attempting to connect.
via The best vintage and classic cars for sale online https://bringatrailer.com