Aston Martin DBS Ultimate Edition

It seems that someone over at Aston Martin jumped the gun with the Aston Martin DBS Ultimate Edition release. While there’s no sight of the car on Aston Martin’s frontpage at the moment, we’re told that details momentarily went live last night. The DBS Ultimate Edition will be one of the last DBS models before the next generation gets officially unveiled at the Paris Motor Show 2012.

The Aston Martin DBS Ultimate Edition will be available in both coupe of Volante form and with a choice of manual or automatic gearboxes. The Ultimate Edition gets carbon fiber wing mirror casings, a dark front grille, smoked rear lights and a zircotec ceramic covered exhaust. Brake calipers can be ordered in either yellow, red or black.

Only three exterior colours will be on offer; Carbon Black II, Quantum Silver and Silver Fox. Each car gets a unique numberplate surround, rear light setup, rear decklid and unique DBS Ultimate Edition badging. Aston Martin have not yet released performance details, however, expect the same 6.0 liter V12 engine pushing 510 horsepower and 570Nm of torque.

Inside, the leather interior gets diamond quilted leather with accented red or silver stitching. The headlining is Alcantara and the headrests get a unique Ultimate Edition logo with a red ‘S’. Continuing the theme, Aston martin have also fitted leather inserts to the flappy paddle gear levers.

Aston Martin are expected to offer 100 of these models at a five percent premium over the DBS list price. There’s still no word on when the Aston Martin DBS Ultimate Edition will be officially unveiled, however, we wwill bring you full details when it is!

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  1. I love Aston Martin they have a great image and branding, but its hard to justify “The Ultimate Edition” when there is no increase in power.
    In such a competitive market there is no Value Adding additions to the car.
    Apart from the One-77, There products in general need a 20% power increase across the board to bring them in line with there competitors.

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