Aston Martin Rapide Models and Rapide History

A British luxury car company renowned for its two-door sport vehicles, Aston Martin's history also includes the occasional production of four-door models. Coming 19 years after the putting an era to their flawed Lagonda four-door, Aston Martin revisited their attempt at a unique sports car with the Rapide in 2010. Becoming the second time Aston Martin used the Rapide name, the first occurred in the 1960s for a sedan-like vehicle based on the DB4. Referred to as a four-door sport coupe, Aston Marin Rapide heavily draws upon the DB9 for styling inspiration. The Aston Martin Rapide's hand-built, 470-horsepower 6.0-liter V-12 engine was directly derived from the brand's grand tourer. Along with the four doors, a 197.6-inch total length for the Rapide is the most tell-tale sign distinguishing it from the DB9. Developed with a four-passenger layout, the interior of the Aston Martin came with a standard 16-speaker stereo system supplied by a Bang & Olufsen. Sold from 2010 to 2013, the Aston Martin Rapide was upgraded in 2014 to a more powerful Rapide S.

New and Used Rapide Prices, Aston Martin Rapide Model Years and History

A five-door, high-performance sports sedan with seating for four, the 2011 Aston Martin Rapide is an exquisitely styled car sure to draw stares.
The all new 2010 Aston Martin Rapide is an exclusive four door luxury sports car with classic Aston Martin style and thrilling performance with room enough for four passengers.