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Vanquish Volante

Bang & Olufsen BeoSound Vanquish

With thirteen active speakers, a fine-tuned sound algorithm and more than 1000 watts of intelligent power, there is nothing standard about Bang & Olufsen BeoSound Vanquish. But then the new Aston Martin Vanquish, for which this audio system has been custom-designed as “standard equipment”, is not your average car.

Bang & Olufsen’s acoustic engineers started with the very latest array of their premium speaker units and ICEpower amplifiers. Then they put them through a rigorous workout to reduce weight and increase efficiency – both key parameters for a high-performance sports car such as the Vanquish. Among other things, this meant recasting the powerful amp in magnesium and developing a new “Intelligent Power Management” function that puts the amplifier into high-performance mode as required, while maintaining the system’s overall high efficiency and sound quality.

But the real work – and the practical magic – was only achieved after Bang & Olufsen’s team of audio engineers spent more than 400 hours fine-tuning the sound system on location in what must be one of the world’s most luxurious workplaces: the new Vanquish’s opulent interior.



13 fully active loudspeakers:
2 x 19 mm tweeters – moving acoustic lenses (front)
1 x 90 mm centre midrange (front centre)
1 x 19 mm centre tweeter (front centre)
2 x 90 mm midranges (front door)
2 x 140 mm woofers (front footwell)
2 x 19 mm tweeters (rear quarter)
2 x 90 mm midranges (rear quarter)
1 x 200 mm subwoofers (rear)

Speakers are mounted in closed cabinets to optimise the sound performance


Unique aluminium speaker grilles in the owner’s choice of Black Basalt or Iridium colours

Bespoke sound design by the acoustic team at Bang & Olufsen 


Total System Power 1000 watts 

13-channel BeoCore amplifier

ICEpower® Amplifier Technology

Sound Features

Automatic Volume Control – automatic real-time adjustment of equalization and volume to compensate for changing noise levels
Sound Mode: ‘Auto’, ‘Driver’ or ‘Front’ 
Surround Level