Full 2002 Aston Martin DB7 Review
What's New for 2002
Aston Martin's DB7 Vantage sees a host of changes for the 2002 model year. The audio system has been upgraded from an Alpine unit to a Becker "Mexico" unit. The headliner has been modified to offer slightly more headroom, and seat travel has been increased to offer more legroom. Other upgrades include a battery disconnect switch in the trunk to help preserve battery power on cars that sit for a week or more and revised interior switchgear that offers some much-appreciated distinction between Aston Martin Vantage and Jaguar controls.
New options include a 19-inch alloy wheel option with a nine-spoke design, a metallic interior trim set for those who don't care for either wood or carbon fiber accents, and colored brake calipers, available in grey, red or gold. An illuminated starter button, revised steering wheel, improved air-conditioning controls and an optional Becker "Traffic Pro" navigation system round out this year's changes.