It wouldn't be an Aston Martin if the Virage Volante Convertible Virage didn't uphold the tradition of ornate gauges and oppositely rotating dials, a quirk that has characterized these cars since the fifties, despite all the pressures of the digital age. One area where the digital age has crept in is with the speedometer where the numbers are so tiny that they are purely ornamental, and a digital speedometer almost discreetly placed in the trip computer provides clear, accurate and important statistics of exactly how fast the car is going.
The interior features of the Aston Martin Virage Volante Convertible are nothing less than magnanimous. The features include an alarm and immobilizer, boot mounted umbrella, wind deflector, remote control central door locking and boot release, tire pressure monitoring system, Bluetooth, cruise control, trip computer, satellite navigation system, OEL displays, memory seats, heated front seats, heated rear screen, carbon fiber door trims and pulls, piano black center console and facia trim, full grain leather interior and a leather sports steering wheel.
The entertainment system in the 2012 Aston Martin Virage Volante Convertible is impressive and includes a 1000w Bang and Olufsen Beosound Audio system with Icepower technology, a six disc CD changer, an iPod connector, USB connector (WAF, WMA, and MP3 compatible), and a 3.5mm auxiliary input socket.
Safety has to be a feature with a car so powerful as the 2012 Aston Martin Virage Volante Convertible and it has been well taken care of, with the car coming equipped with DSC ( Dynamic Stability Control) and a traction control system. The 2012 Aston Martin Virage also comes with antilock carbon-ceramic brakes, traction and stability control, front side airbags and parking sensors. As any good convertible should, the Volante comes with automatically deploying rollover bars as standard.