Introducing Rapide S
Rapide S is the worlds most beautiful four-door sports car. Created with the finest ingredients, conceived with a unique vision, it combines sensational sports car performance and supreme refinement in one compelling form.
Ground-breaking and yet possessed of timeless beauty, Rapide S is sublime, thrilling and every inch an Aston Martin.
Beauty, Power & Luxury
Infused with the spirit and lithe responses of our iconic sports cars, Rapide S truly embodies the essence of Aston Martin. Its unique character is a blend of sumptuous luxury and capaciousness, serene refinement and elegant convenience.
Agile, balanced, controlled.
A near perfect 49:51 front / rear weight distribution means Rapide S is unique, a true sports car with four-doors.
Weighing just 1990kg, Rapide S is a four-door car with world-class dynamics. A four-door car that's every inch a sports car.
Every Inch A Sports Car
The Power Behind The Luxury
Rapide S includes the AM29 V12 engine. The most technologically advanced, most powerful Rapide engine weve ever built. Incredible figures tell the story; a sprint time of only 4.2 secs, 630 Nm of torque and potent power of 552 bhp - an increase of more than 18% over the first generation Rapide.
Rapide S delivers phenomenal performance, all of the time.
Four Doors & Eight Gears
Harnessing the power of Rapide S is the Touchtronic III ZF eight-speed automatic transmission. Touchtronic III sets high standards in performance and shift speed. With eight gears produced by four gear sets and five shift elements - always operating at their optimum level - youll experience exceptional shift quality and incredible acceleration.
552 bhp of power. Eight gears shifting in just 130 milliseconds. Rapide S has been specifically designed for a thrilling driving experience.
Supremely Refined & Sumptuously Clothed
Driven by one but enjoyed by four. Rapide S has space for four adults to be transported in a luxurious environment with the highest levels of refinement. Exterior styling is matched by interior materials worked by hand to achieve a finish never seen before on a four-door sports car.