The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray might not be the only convertible dropping its top at the Geneva Motor Show. Based on these spy shots of the 2014 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante caught almost camouflage-free doing some winter testing, we could easily see this model making its debut at next month's Swiss show.

Like all current Aston Martin convertibles, the Vanquish Volante will use a cloth roof, and while there is little concealing this car's identity, some cladding around the spoiler and a good layer of snow do a good job covering up its tidy rump. Unsurprisingly, even with its disguise, we can still see that the Vanquish convertible model will definitely keep the wide, rounded haunches of its coupe counterpart.

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      Wow that looks sleek...
      John Nathan Dudley
      • 2 Years Ago
      That looks beefy. I know that Concept Vehicle Leasing usually has pretty good offers on Aston Martins and sports cars. Worth a look for sure.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Maybe aston martin has gotten smarter and is getting AWD. Which is a good business move if they want to save their company.
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      same sad thing. This car was great in 2003 when first launched. And using the Vanquish moniker is just a poor marketing attempt. Tiresome!
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