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Aston Martin is well-known in the world of luxury supercars for its long history of sublime elegance and style – not to mention exceptional performance.
It’s not by accident that the world’s most famous secret agent (007 James Bond) prefers to drive an Aston Martin when out on a mission. Though a bit of British pride probably plays a role as well.
Just as a secret agent fighting for peace and justice can love an Aston Martin, so can a wicked criminal looking to line their pockets – or show off their ill-gained wealth.
Regardless of what side of the law you’re on, an Aston Martin is always a welcome addition to your garage – so let’s take a look at the best Aston Martins available for GTA 5.
10. Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake
I dare you to find a station wagon half as beautiful as the AM Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake.
Before you lose your time trying, let me spoil the fun: you can’t.
This vehicle is the most striking and irreverent wagon in Aston Martin’s history – and it’s not just about looks.
Thanks to its powerful 5.9L V12 engine, it can reach a max speed of around 320km/h faster than you can say “Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake.”
9. Aston Martin DB11 Police
Aston Martin has had a long and fruitful relationship with law enforcement – specifically, they’ve been providing MI6 agent James Bond with cars for almost his entire history.
The forces on the ground were getting jealous of the special agent’s privileged treatment, so here we have the Police version of a car not even James Bond has had access to: The AM DB11.
If our previous entry is the greatest wagon AM has ever made, the DB11 might be their greatest grand tourer – and according to Aston Martin, it’s the vanguard for their new generation of vehicles.
Check out this mod for a regular, non-police version of this new chapter in AM’s history.
8. Aston Martin DBS Superleggera
Aston Martin introduced the now-iconic DBS Superleggera in 2018 to succeed the Vanquish as the brand’s flagship grand tourer – and it remains one of their best-selling cars.
This absolutely gorgeous beast is based on the DB11 but features several design tweaks that set it apart and make it more attractive.
Thanks to its ultra-light chassis and powerful 5.2L twin-turbocharged V12 engine, the DBS Superleggera can reach 100km/h in 3.4 seconds, with a max speed of 340km/h.
You’ll be able to admire its engine and interior in full detail in this GTA 5 mod.
7. Aston Martin Vantage Roadster
Aston Martin has used the “Vantage” name for various high-performance vehicles since the 1951 DB2 Vantage.
The most recent iteration of the Vantage is a gorgeous two-seater sports car unveiled in 2017, offering an athletic look and agile performance for the discerning playboy.
What sets the Vantage Roadster apart is how it combines fantastic performance with a juvenile look and total comfort for the driver.
Thanks to its 4.0L twin-turbocharged V8 engine capable of propelling this roadster to a top speed of 305km/h, your heart won’t be the only thing going fast as you put the pedal to the metal.
6. Aston Martin DB5 Vantage
As I said, the “Vantage” name has been used extensively throughout Aston Martin’s history – and few are as iconic as the DB5 Vantage.
That’s because the DB5 is one of James Bond’s most well-known vehicles.
The British secret agent rode a modified DB5 in the 1964 film Goldfinger – released just one year before the DB5 Vantage – and it has become closely associated with the franchise.
The DB5 made a return for Thunderball (1965), GoldenEye (1995), Casino Royale (2006), and most recently, No Time to Die (2021).
It’s the quintessential bond car; now, you can drive one too.
5. Aston Martin V12 Speedster
Just as James Bond has Q to create all sorts of high-tech gadgets to make his missions easier, so does Aston Martin have their own “Q” – an award-winning bespoke customization service.
The V12 Speedster is one of their most thrilling creations.
Born from a collaboration with airplane company Boeing, the V12 Speedster combines aeronautical design with Aston Martin’s trademark elegance to create one of the most stunning cars you’ll ever see.
Only 88 will ever be manufactured – but thanks to this high-quality mod, you can get in on the action without having to pull off a real-life grand theft auto.
4. Aston Martin Vulcan
If you’re wondering what kind of car you can get with $2.3 Million, I introduce you to the Aston Martin Vulcan.
This car would be too much even for James Bond. It’s the kind of thing only a superhero like Batman or a professional race pilot like Charles Leclerc could handle.
There’s one thing about the Aston Martin Vulcan that’s better in GTA than in real life: the car is not street-legal, meaning you can only drive it on race tracks.
On the other hand, GTA lets you try out this beast in the streets of the San Andreas state.
3. Aston Martin Valkyrie
Despite looking even crazier than the Vulcan, the Valkyrie’s objective was to become the fastest street-legal car ever made.
This Hot Wheels-looking monster was designed by Aston Martin in collaboration with Red Bull Racing Advanced Technologies, incorporating state-of-the-art racing tech, aerodynamic design, and a hybrid engine to create a marvel of engineering and a piece of art.
With a power output of 1,140hp and a max speed of just over 400km/h, it’s easily the most ridiculous powerhouse in this ranking.
The LSPD’s speed guns won’t even register you flying by.
2. Aston Martin One-77
Still, if you were looking for something as absurd as the Valkyrie, you might as well look for spaceship mods.
We’ll bring our perspective back to Earth with the Aston Martin One-77.
The Vulcan’s predecessor features the most daring interpretation of Aston Martin design that still looks like a regular street car instead of an experimental rocket ship.
It’s breathtakingly beautiful and lets everyone know that your wealth is only second to your elegance and taste.
1. Aston Martin Victor
The Victor was designed by Aston Martin’s “Q” out of “leftover” parts from several of its most impressive cars.
Aston Martin’s Kaize “Ken” Zheng put together a One-77 carbon fiber monocoque chassis, circular-shaped headlights from a 1977 AM V8 Vantage, and side exhausts and bumpers from the track-only Vulcan – all powered by a beefed-up One-77 V12 engine.
The result is probably the closest thing we’ll ever get to an Aston Martin muscle car.
What finally convinced me to put the Victor at the top of our ranking – other than the appropriate name – was the fractal rims.
The pattern reminds me of a blooming flower – unlike anything I’ve seen before.