If your kid has everything, why not spoil him with Aston Martin Convertible? London-based Aston Martin heritage dealer Nicholas Mee has unveiled DB Junior – mini replica of a 1960s DB for a “younger, but no less discerning” clientele. According to its price and spec, it’s not just a toy. Priced from £16,500 ($27,000), mini Aston Martin is powered by a front-mounted 110cc 4-stroke air-cooled petrol engine with rear wheel drive and a 3-speed semi-automatic gearbox, the top speed is 46mph (which can be limited). DB Junior also comes with composite coachwork, leather or vinyl seats, a wood-rimmed steering wheel and hydraulic Brembo disc brakes.
“When we first saw the DB Junior we couldn’t stop smiling. We then realised that these scaled-down 1960s convertibles would complement full-sized offerings here in our showrooms,” the company’s managing director Nicholas Mee said.
DB Junior is two-and-a-half metres long, so you need one more garage space for it. Customers can choose “1000s of options” for exterior paint, along with a choice of a leather or vinyl interior.