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Aston Martin DB11 Q Edition unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show

Aston Martin’s in-house personalization service ‘Q’ has unveiled three bespoke editions – two based on Vantage and one on the latest DB11. The cars demonstrate the special division’s wide range of customization capabilities.

Aston Martin DB11 Q

Showcased at 2017 Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin DB11 Q surely heightens the level of exclusivity to a new level. The show car will be finished in Zaffre Blue shade which is aided by carbon fiber accents for rear diffuser, side sills, front splitter, ORVMs and hood vents. Wheels match the body’s exquisite color!

The bespoke supercar also features Obsidian Black leather upholstery with Q-branded seats and a 4-piece color-coordinated luggage set. Q by Aston Martin offers “almost limitless opportunities” when it comes to personalizing your already exclusive British supercar.

Aston Martin Vantage Red Bull Racing Edition

Aston Martin Vantage Red Bull Racing Edition celebrates the British supercar marque’s ‘Innovation Partnership’ with the Formula 1 team. Available in both Vantage V8 and Vantage S V10 avatars, the Red Bull Racing Edition is swathed in exclusive Mariana Blue exterior color which is inspired from Red Bull Racing’s livery. Customers can also opt for gloss Tungsten Silver or satin Mariana Blue color options.
Further embellishments come in the form of carbon fiber splitter, diffuser, grille and side strakes. Yellow brake calipers and red finished carbon fiber grille round off the exterior highlights.

Inside, Vantage Red Bull Racing Edition sports RBR headrest embroidery, carbon fiber trims, and color coded leather steering wheel. The owners can choose to have the sill and inspection plaques of their car signed either by Daniel Ricciardo or Max Verstappen.

Deliveries of Aston Martin Vantage Red Bull Racing Edition will commence in Q2 2017 and the interested clientele can get pricing details at AM’s dealerships across the world.

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