Aston Martin Vanquish One of Seven front

The covers have just been taken off the Aston Martin Vanquish One of Seven collection. Limited to seven units, the collection has been commissioned by businessman Markus Storck. The Vanquish pictured will be delivered to Storck himself while the remaining six will go into the hands of other Aston Martin enthusiasts and collectors.

Created through the Q by Aston Martin personalisation service, the first example features an exterior combining matte black with a range of carbon fibre accents such as the central racing stripe. Additionally, the first Aston Martin Vanquish One of Seven features numerous carbon fibre parts like the front splitter and rear diffuser.

The inside is then adorned with diamond quilted leather seats, custom ‘One of Seven’ logos in the head rests alongside a number of gloss black styling accents.

Discussing the car, General Manager of VIP sales and Q by Aston Martin Matthew Bennett said “The process of creating these sports cars has been typical of what Q by Aston Martin can deliver. From a blank canvas we have made the client’s vision for the cars a reality and, today, we saw the first of these special new Vanquish models handed over.”

Aston Martin Vanquish One of Seven back

Adding to this, Markus Storck commented “I’m absolutely thrilled to see my vision for a series of bespoke Aston Martin Vanquish come to life like this. The attention to detail, service and dedication I have seen from the Q team has been exceptional – and the result is outstanding.”

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Q BY ASTON MARTIN CREATES A UNIQUE VANQUISH COLLECTION
Seven bespoke sports cars commissioned by collector
Carbon fibre-themed personalisation pushes manufacturing boundaries
Painstaking process to design, engineer and build the luxury models
1 June, 2015, Gaydon: The Q by Aston Martin bespoke personalisation service is celebrating the fulfilment of a longstanding ambition for sports car enthusiast and businessman Markus Storck.

Dr Matthew Bennett, General Manager of VIP sales and Q by Aston Martin personalisation service, delivered the first of seven uniquely built Vanquish Coupes to the German collector at an event held at the luxury marque’s headquarters in Gaydon.

Mr Storck, founder and head of German hi-tech bicycle manufacturer Storck Bikes, commissioned the Q by Aston Martin team to develop the special ‘One of Seven’ Vanquish sports cars for himself, and six fellow sports car aficionados.

Boasting a broad array of bespoke features including an exclusive exterior finish that sees multiple layers of carbon fibre cleverly interwoven to a perfectly smooth finish – a result that required Aston Martin to develop an entirely new addition to its manufacturing process – the seven Vanquish are sure to become collectors’ items in years to come.

Matthew Bennett said: “The process of creating these sports cars has been typical of what Q by Aston Martin can deliver.

“From a blank canvas we have made the client’s vision for the cars a reality and, today, we saw the first of these special new Vanquish models handed over.”

Aside from the multi-layered carbon fibre body, with its elements of exposed carbon and satin Jet Black paint finish, the bespoke Vanquish sports cars also include an array of luxurious and custom-made additions such as diamond quilting on the seats, machined carbon Aston Martin wings badges, ‘One of Seven’ logos perforated into the head restraints and a variety of gloss black styling additions.

Markus Storck said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to see my vision for a series of bespoke Aston Martin Vanquish come to life like this.

“The attention to detail, service and dedication I have seen from the Q team has been exceptional – and the result is outstanding.”

Matthew Bennett concluded: “Developing the capacity of our Q by Aston Martin service to deliver these truly bespoke luxury sports cars has been a great achievement.

“Our Design, Manufacturing and Commercial teams have worked seamlessly together to produce these cars, and we are all very much looking forward to taking on more complex and challenging projects in the future.”
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