We are delighted to offer you this stunning example of the Aston Martin Rapide S 2017 / 66, with the Touchtronic 3 Gearbox, in Skyfall Silver (AML Special) with Obsidian Black Interior, having covered only Delivery Mileage.
Model Year 2015
The exterior is presented to you in Skyfall Silver (AML Special) with Carbon Fibre around the exterior. This is in an immaculate, unblemished condition.
The interior is upholstered in Obsidian Black Leather with contrasting Red Stitching throughout. Also in an immaculate, unmarked condition.
The already huge specification of the Rapide S is highly enhanced by the following options:
Brake Calipers in Red
Door Inserts to Match Facia
Exterior Carbon Pack - Rapide S
Facia Trim - Full Length Piano Black
Obsidian Black Interior
Embroidery in Spicy Red
Carbon Fibre Exterior Door Release
Auto Dimming Interior Rear View Mirror
Titanium Silver Meshes
Carbon Fibre Paddles
Rear Seat Entertainment System
Seatbelts - Warm Charcoal
Headrest Embroidery - Aston Martin Wings
Black Bang and Olufsen Speaker Grilles
Black Textured Tailpipe Finisher
20" 10 Spoke Gloss Black DT Alloy Wheels
First Aid Kit
The Aston Martin Warranty expires on the 28th July 2019.
The car sits on Bridgestone Potenza Tyres all around
Front: 245 x 40 x ZR20 (95)
Rear: 295 x 35 x ZR20 (105Y)
Front Right: 7mm
Front Left: 7mm
Rear Right: 7mm
Rear Left: 7mm
We have the original Owners Guide, 2 Keys and First Aid Kit.
To arrange a viewing, please contact our team on 01772 663 777.
Viewing strictly by appointment.
The Aston Martin Rapide is a 4-door, high-performance sports saloon, which British luxury marque Aston Martin introduced in early 2010. It was first presented as a concept car at Detroit's North American International Auto Show in 2006 and the production version of the Rapide was shown at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The Rapide name is a reference to the Lagonda Rapide, a saloon car produced by Lagonda, now part of Aston Martin. The new Rapide is the company's first 4-door saloon since the Aston Martin Lagonda was discontinued in 1989. It is based on the Aston Martin DB9 and shares the same VH platform.