The Virage was launched to the world at the Birmingham Motor Show.
The first new Aston model for over 20 years, the Virage was billed as a car for the world. The £135,000 price tag didn't stop the order book being filled up
Aston Martin Lagonda announced the introduction of the 2 seater Volante.
Aston Martin Lagonda announced the introduction of the 2+2 Volante. In addition to gaing two rear seats, this Volante version also benefitted from a lower hood stowage line.
Introduction of the 6.3 litre conversions. At a cost of £50,000 over the price of a standard car.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Aston Martin Owners Club, Aston Martin Loganda joined forces with Cartier to produce a one off edition of the Virage Volante.
This "wide bodied" 5.3 litre car featured silver paintwork and black interior and hood and was offered for sale with a matched set of Cartier jewellery
With the jewellery itself valued at around $1.0m, the whole package had an initial value of around $1.25m.
Production of the Virage Volante ceased. Overall, 365 fixed head Virages were built (between 1989 and 1995) and 233 Volantes (1992 - 1996)
In the last 2 years of production, Volantes accounted for over 90% of all Virages built.