DB7 V12 Vantage Volante ‘Stratstone Jubilee’ Edition
DB7 V12 Vantage Volante ‘Stratstone Jubilee’ Edition

DB7 V12 Vantage Volante ‘Stratstone Jubilee’ Edition


To celebrate the Queens Golden Jubilee, Stratstone Aston Martin Sales of Mayfair commissioned AML to produce a Jubilee Limited Edition of the DB7 Vantage. The car was launched in June 2002 and was limited to just 24 examples, 19 in right hand drive for the UK (9 coupes, 10 Volantes) and a further 5 with left hand drive for continental Europe. 

DB7 V12 Vantage Volante ‘Stratstone Jubilee’ Edition

 Particulars of the unique and ‘fully loaded’ Jubilee are listed below

  • Coachwork finished in special order Jubilee Blue
  • Magnolia Hide Interior with perforated seat centres and Jubilee embossed head restraints
  • Contrasting Navy Blue dash top roll, door tops rear quarter panels and seat piping
  • Hood cover on Volante piped in Magnolia, hood in blue
  • Dark blue Wilton carpets edged with Magnolia hide
  • Blue over carpets edged in Magnolia with ‘Jubilee’ embroidered logo in silver
  • Parchment Alcantara headlining
  • Special order dark Italian Walnut
  • White dials with silver jubilee graphics
  • Special order 19 inch wheels
  • Silver brake callipers with blue Aston Martin lettering
  • Touchtronic Transmission
  • Premium audio plus satellite navigation and Tracker 24 hour
  • Heated front screen
  • Fitted Umbrella (Black/Silver Handle)
  • Large Bore Tail Pipes
  • Satin Pedals
  • Unique wide mesh chrome grille with ‘Jubilee’ badge and chrome door mirrors
  • Clear side repeater lenses
  • Numbered Jubilee sill plaques
  • Handbook bound in Navy Blue hide and silver embossed plus a numbered limited edition gents chronograph watch

All 24 cars were pre-sold and their lucky owners took delivery at a very special ceremony held at Thornbury Castle. The cars were especially hidden from the excited new owners during the daylight hours in a large marquee especially labelled ‘Tinnars Moat Craft Fair’ – Tinnars Moat is of course an anagram of Aston Martin. After a lavish meal, the sides of the dining marquee were dropped and the cars were revealed.

In addition to the UK/European cars, there were a further 26 cars made, all left hand drive, for the North American market to exactly the same cosmetic specifications.