The Aston Martin Rapide has all the style, grace, power, and now, practicality that anyone looking for a luxury sports sedan would need. If James Bond had a family, this is car he would be driving.
Those whose care about 0-60 times and other statistics on paper will probably find the Porsche Panamera more enticing.
If the Aston Martin Rapide were a dessert, it would be a peanut butter cup adorned with gold leaf shavings. The sedan seamlessly blends sweet racecar-like performance with salty, stately sedan cruising, and tops it all off with an elegant look sure to impress any onlooker. The Rapide handles and drives just as well as its DB9 sibling (the cockpit controls are the same, too) but cruises along as comfortably as its two extra doors would imply. Due to the design of the car, outward visibility is lacking and although the rear seats can fit normal-s
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