Aston Martin seem to be having a month of launching new models shortly after revealing the DBX they have announced a special edition of the DBS Superleggra. This edition is to celebrate 50 years since the first flight of Concorde. Limited to just 10 examples and created in association with British Airways. Commissioned by Aston Martin Bristol which is located a stones throw away from where the last Concorde ever to fly is based, Aerospace Bristol at Filton. The engine remains unchanged from the ongoing DBS although the interior and exterior have had an overhaul. No price as yet but you can contact Aston Martin Bristol to register your interest.  

Only 10 examples to be produced Bespoke Concorde side strakes milled from solid aluminium British Airways painted livery Black tinted carbon fibre roof with Concorde silhouette Paddle shifters made from titanium taken from Concorde compressor blades Seatbelt buckle badges milled from solid aluminium  Bespoke sill plaques and signed engine plaques   β€œIt’s only fitting that our great British sports car brand marks the achievement of the incredibly dedicated, talented and ambitious teams of British and French scientists, engineers, designers and aircraft workers who made Concorde, and supersonic air travel, a reality in our skies 50 years ago." Marek Reichman, Executive Vice President and Chief Creative Officer 

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