1966 Aston Martin Db6 Volante

Aston Martin DB6 Volante

The Aston Martin DB6 Volante was the beginning Aston Martin to gestate the distinguish Volante – which agency “fast-flying” in Italian. It was in fact the finis 37 Aston Martin DB5 bod that were put-upon to physique the short-chassis Aston Martin DB6 Volante SWB and were realized ‘tween October 1965 and October 1966.

1966 Aston Martin Db6 Volante

Although intelligibly derived from the Aston Martin DB4 done the DB5, the new simulation was proclaimed at the London Drive Appearance in October 1965. The well-nigh obtrusive styling alteration on the Aston Martin DB6 was the coddler – so called a Kamm backside – unified into the empennage of the car, which improved gamey velocity stableness. The cleave battlefront and ass bumpers; a redesigned oil tank gap in the figurehead cornice, a higher ceiling (136 cm) and thirster wheelbase (258.5 cm), 9.5 cm more the DB5, gift an boilersuit distance of 462 cm.

Technical Specifications

1966 Aston Martin Db6 Volante
  • Locomotive: dohc I-6, 3995 cc, 282 bhp @ 5500 rpm, 288 lbs-ft @ 3850 rpm (Advantage: 325 bhp @ 5750 rpm)
  • Transmittance: ZF 5-speed overuse manual or Borg-Warner 3-speed reflex
  • Hiatus
  • Forepart: upper-and-lower A-arms, helix springs, anti-roll bar
  • Arse: be axle, W linkage, tracking links, spiral springs
  • Brakes: Servomechanism aided figurehead/behind discs
  • Wheelbase: 8’6″ (2585 mm)
  • Slant: 1474 kg (3250 Ibs)
  • Top Speeding: 148 mph
  • 0-60 mph: 6.1 sec.
  • Damage New: &quid; 4,998 (Bar)
  • Yield: 1327 (Excluding Volante)
  • Product Dates: October 1965 – July 1969
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