Lot 2129

2014 Aston Martin Vanquish


$135,000 - $175,000 USD | Not Sold

United States | Fort Lauderdale, Florida



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  • Finished in Stratus White over Obsidian black leather
  • Powered by a naturally aspirated 5.9-liter “AM11” V-12 engine factory-rated at 565 hp; six-speed ZF automatic transmission
  • Currently indicates fewer than 20,500 miles at time of cataloguing
  • Desirably specified with One-77 steering wheel, carbon fiber cockpit trim, black exterior accents, embroidered headrests, diamond-turned Gloss Black wheels, red calipers, and “2+0” seating configuration
Addendum: Please note that this car's CARFAX report states that it was involved in an accident.

Aston Martin unveiled the second generation of their flagship production car—the type VH310 Vanquish—on 12 June 2012. This new model featured a more aggressive and streamlined carbon-fiber body wrapped around the marque’s universal and super-rigid VH bonded carbo-aluminum core structure. Motivation for the updated Vanquish came by way of a newly revised AM11 all-aluminum V-12 engine factory-rated at approximately 565 horsepower and paired to a six-speed automatic transmission contributed by ZF. Styling, construction, performance, and technology remained altogether congruent with the marque’s more exclusive offerings such as the One-77 and V-12 Zagato. Interestingly, Vanquish buyers were generally free to outfit their cars with a range of bespoke and tailored options, colors, and equipment pulled directly from the One-77. Furthermore, those purchasing a Vanquish Coupe could specify whether the car was built as a true two-seater (2+0) or rather a 2+2 with room for four occupants.

Production of this striking and potent V-12 flagship began in late 2012 and continued onto the end of the 2014 model year. Afterwards, some major powertrain modifications came in the form of a mid-generation update for 2015 and remained until the true end of Vanquish VH310 production in early 2018.

This US-market 2014 Vanquish is an exquisitely specified example finished in Stratus White over an Obsidian Black leather-upholstered cabin. The car’s “plus zero” interior features trim rendered in optional carbon fiber, a leather and Alcantara-wrapped One-77 steering wheel, and embroidered headrests bearing Aston Martin’s distinctive “wing” wordmark logo in contrasting stitching. A set of red brake calipers are housed inside optional diamond-turned gloss black wheels, and additional gloss black accents outline many of the most handsome exterior lines as well. Records on file show that this Vanquish was delivered new to Aston Martin of Fort Lauderdale, Florida in early October 2013.

In April 2014, it was involved in a minor rear-end accident and professionally repaired. The car appears to have remained with the original owner for several more years of careful enjoyment until late August 2019, then indicating 11,400 miles. Under current ownership, this wonderfully specified Vanquish has continued to receive regular servicing executed, near-exclusively, by its originating Aston Martin dealership.

Truly stunning to behold and arguably one of the most compelling Aston Martins built thus far into the 21st century, the 2nd-generation Vanquish is a fabulous automobile in all regards. This particular example would be an exciting addition to any collection of modern supercars or Aston Martins.