The Virage has electronically adjustable sports seats, which hold you in place when cornering hard but, despite what you'd expect from their name, are not excessively solid or restrictive. A new Garmin sat-nav takes centre spot in a lovely fascia, while most of the old Ford-patronage switchgear has now gone, too. You even have a half-decent rear view.
Aston Martin Virage Coupe space & practicality
The coupe comes as a two-pus-two, but you can delete the rear seats when ordering, and it’s the best option given the virtually non-existent rear legroom. Then, you get more luggage space to supplement a comparatively pokey boot.
Aston Martin Virage Coupe equipment
Pretty much everything you’d expect is there when the car leaves the factory, so the options largely concern the woods and alloys on the fascia and the seating arrangements. Perhaps surprisingly, though, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror is an option, while a tracking device is another feature we’d prefer to see as standard in a £150,000 car.