A while back we covered the 2012 Aston Martin Virage, summarizing all there was to know in one article (you can read it here: https://www.speedlux.com/2012-aston-martin-virage-2/). We want to do it again, but this time describing the exterior design, interior design, and technical specifications in separate articles, giving more details (you can read them here: https://www.speedlux.com/2012-aston-martin-virage-exterior
In this article you’ll only find information about the Virage’s Interior design.
All of the interior elements of the Virage are leather, glass, Alcantara or aluminum. The leather is high quality, which is surprisingly uncommon for this class. The seat-heaters are powerful, and the seats are very supportive and comfortable.
Engineers from Aston didn’t opt for the big touch-screen display (like in the Bentley Continental GT), but instead they went for a small radio screen that can be used for navigation and can be slid in and out.
The seating is 2+2, but the rear seats are very small and aren’t kid friendly (which means no LATCH). You can choose not to have any rear seats, though, and it would probably be the wiser choice, since you can’t use those for anything else than storing an umbrella.
Other features on the interior are the HVAC, navigation and communication system that are highly intuitive and easy to use. There are buttons on the steering wheel for easy control of these functions. The 1000-Watt Bang & Olufsen BeoSound sound system with 13 speakers provides an amazing sound quality and volume.
Apart from the rear seats, there’s nothing to object to Virage’s Interior. It’s classy, comfortable and high quality – everything you could want from a sport’s coupe interior.