The Aston Martin DB2/4 is a grand tourer produced in the years 1953-1957. It was available as a 2+2 limousine, a drop-head coupe (DHC) and a 2-seater fixed-head coupe. The model was based on its predecessor DB2. It had rear-wheel drive and a front-mounted engine. A total of 764 examples were produced.

The DB2/4 Mk II was introduced to the public in 1955. A new 2-seat coupe with fixed head (FHC) was added, alongside the continuing DHC version. The car was offered with an optional 2.9-litre engine with large valves, high compression and 165 hp (123 kW). The engine was connected to a manual transmission. 199 examples of the Mk II were produced.