Aston Martin DB2-4 Touring Spyder
The Aston Martin DB2.4 is an Aston Martin Grand Tourist Sport Machine, which produced it between 1953 and 1957. His predecessor was his younger brother, DB2. The whole model range is Aston Martin.
The updated English car has acquired an improved appearance, but the designers did not focus on it, and left in the general car the same look. The nose part has saved the original appearance, but has acquired a little three-dimensional and convex features, and the angle of inclination of the grille has decreased.
The designers decided to get rid of the chrome bezel, which was previously visible in the model. The bumper below has changed its shape from the radiator grille. Now it was made in a smooth version and found “fangs”, and with them fog lights. Feed and profile of Aston Martin DB2-4 in general remained intact.
Initially, the interior of the Englishman’s salon was so harmonious and successful that designers simply couldn’t change anything and limited themselves to a few adjustments. The steering wheel, dashboard and handles to control the required options have not undergone any changes.
And the torpedo itself hasn’t changed. The designers put their hand only on the door cards, where the leather hinges were made at the top. Behind the back of the driver and front passenger was not enough, to put it bluntly.
The engineers used a pair of power units with a volume of 2.6 and 2.9 liters, respectively. These were 6-cylinder 12-valve liquid-cooled valves. The power of the first one is 125 hp. The engine with 2.9-liters produces 140 hp. With the first engine, the car reaches a maximum speed of 180 km / h, with the second 193 km / h. Synchronized were the engines with the usual already 4-stage ICPC.
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