2014 Aston Martin Rapide S Owners Manual

2014 Aston Martin Rapide S Owners Manual -With the 2014 Rapide S, Aston Martin conveys an elite classic visiting car plan with quintessentially British styling, and the sharp, balanced driving experience of a games car. Far more faithful to sports-car athleticism than to the extravagance sedan clues it may drop.

The Rapide made its presentation about three years ago; yet it’s getting somewhat of a relaunch to accommodate the new-generation ‘AM11’ V-12 motor, altogether making 550 horsepower and 457 pound-feet of force.

2014 Aston Martin Rapide S Owners Manual

2014 Aston Martin Rapide S Owners Manual

2014 Aston Martin Rapide S Profile

Very little changes in the Rapide’s overall profile—curvaceous and classic Aston Martin—and that’s great. With a larger ‘full’ grille, the face of the Rapide S is more extensive. Aston has raised and recontoured the hoodline to satisfy EU pedestrian impact guidelines.

Those changes drop the motor about 0.75 inch lower—improving its focal point of mass. And three modes for the Bilstein adaptive damping framework currently allow a separate Track mode, along with normal and Sport modes—in addition to the Track mode (or full off) for the stability control.

2014 Aston Martin Rapide S Powertrain

Compared to the CLS63 AMG, or the Porsche Panamera Turbo S, there’s less of an edge to the Aston’s powertrain itself, yet the handling and guiding are sharper and progressively communicative. The Rapide S is wide—thus, at 84 inches—and that snugness may be anxious making on narrow nation lanes or when you have to park this valuable beast in a standard-size parking space.

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Concentrating back in on the packaging: The Rapide is essentially a 2+2, however with four entryways; if you plan to have the front seats situated rearward for a taller driver, don’t hope for something else than a youngster to have the option to fit behind.

2014 Aston Martin Rapide S Rearview Camera

You’ll have to follow the rearview camera when parking—on the off chance that you don’t always have valets for such a thing. Although you have a decent view in front and aside, rearward visibility is limited through the narrow rear window.
Otherwise, there’s no mother jackpot of advanced tech features; sufficiently just to uphold that athleticism with a sheen of sophistication. And there are a lot of ‘bespoke’ open doors for the person in question who arranges the car to enhance that any way they want—with special materials, similar to a Carbon Exterior Pack.

 

Derrick S Lee