Aston Martin is back at it. Widely known for making some of the best looking cars ever made and winning favour with a certain British spy whose name rhymes with fond, Aston can proudly claim to have produced only two ugly cars in its entire history – the wedge-y 80s Lagonda and the Vantage of the early 90s. This time, they've truly outdone themselves with the DB11 Volante.
The DB11 coupe is extremely pretty – it has a few awkward creases here and there, and the way the roof ends at the C-pillar isn't very graceful, but no one can argue that the doe-eyed Brit can get almost anyone's pulse racing. How do you make one of the prettiest Astons ever made even more good looking? You lose the top, of course.
The Volante looks svelte and sleek, and the absence of a roof makes the open-top grand tourer look even more elongated. The way those headlights dip, the creases that mirror the headlights, the upturned rear deck with that integrated spoiler…it really is perfection. No other word for it.