The Aston Martin DB4 was a new development that had little in common with its predecessor, the DB 2/4 Mark III. The DB4 and its successors DB5 and DB6, which were based on it, shaped the image of the Aston Martin brand until the end of the 1960s. The DB4, whose body had been designed by Touring in Milan, was regarded as a successful synthesis of British engineering and Italian style. In the literature, the DB4 is regarded as the car that brought the Gran Tourismo to Great Britain.
Photographed at the 78th Goodwood Members Meeting.