A survey of The Aston Martin Sports Car, covering advancement, significant highlights, and specialized information of each model in the range, from the DB1 to the Virage.
In this Article, I offer a รถสปอร์ต BMW nostalgic glance at the Aston Martin Sports Car, one of a tip top gathering of exemplary vehicles, which was fabricated during the period 1948 to 1995.
In 1925, having gone into receivership, the organization was improved as Aston Martin Cars.
In 1947, David Brown Limited gained the Company, yet in addition bought Lagonda, the extravagance vehicle producer.
Henceforth the introduction of the amazing DB sports vehicle.
The Aston Martin DB1
In 1948, the DB1 sports vehicle made its presentation at that years London Motor Show.
Recently known as the 2-Liter Sports, it was a two seater, utilizing a rounded frame, and fueled by the organizations’ own 2 liter motor.
Just 15 were delivered since it as felt that this great vehicle was underpowered.
The Aston Martin DB2
In 1950, the DB2 sports vehicle was propelled. It was a two seater, fixed head roadster.
Despite the fact that the DB1 had a 2 liter, 4-chamber, pushrod motor, the DB2 utilized a 2.6 liter, 6-chamber, twofold overhead cam unit, got from the Lagonda. A drop head roadster variant was included later.
A discretionary DB2 motor utilized two bigger carburettors and a higher pressure proportion.
Such superior vehicles were called Vantage versions. The DB2 was exceptionally effective in dashing.
The Aston Martin DB2/4
In view of the DB2 it supplanted, the Mark 1 form of the DB2/4 was propelled in 1953.
It was offered as a two seater fixed head car, and drop head car, in addition to a 2+2 hatchback.
At first, it utilized the equivalent Lagonda motor as the DB2, however uprated to 125 bhp. In any case, soon thereafter, the 2.9 liter rendition, creating 140 bhp, was utilized.
In 1955, the DB2/4 Mark 2 was presented, which utilized a huge valve, high pressure Lagonda motor, creating 165 bhp.
In 1957, the Db2/4 Mark 2 was supplanted by the DB2/4 Mark 3.
Also called the DB Mark 3, it was accessible as a two seater fixed headcoupe, a drop head roadster, and a 2+2 hatchback.
The standard “DBA” 2.9 liter Lagonda motor, fitted with two SU carburettors, created 162 bhp.
With a discretionary double fumes framework, this would increment to 178 bhp.
Nonetheless, a discretionary “DBB” motor, with three twin stifle Webber carburettors, unique camshafts, and a high pressure head, created 195 bhp.