A Bentley Continental GT will always be a fun drive, but it no longer immediately transfers class and elegance onto the driver. An Aston Martin DB9 always makes us think someone in a finely-tailored Savile Row suit is about to emerge from of the driver's seat.
You'd think any car expected to muscle in between Aston Martin's debonair DB9 and its cinematic, covert-ops-ready DBS would have seriously sharp elbows. What the new Virage lacks in elbows, however, it makes up for in bra-unhooking charm.
Aston Martin's reviving its VIrage badge for a new DB9-based model with approximately 500 hp to slot in between the DB9 and the DBS. First photos of the car show creased side skirts and new front/rear fascias.