Aston Martin Vanquish Carbon Special Editions Unveiled

Following the teaser video released earlier this month, Aston Martin has officially lifted the veils off the Vanquish Carbon special edition versions which will debut at the Paris Auto Show.

As with the DB9 Carbon, the Vanquish Coupe or Volante get Carbon Black and Carbon White special edition versions featuring lightweight carbon fiber elements.

The models stand out from standard Vanquish models thanks to an exposed carbon fiber roof panel (coupe only), carbon fiber side strakes and carbon fiber mirror caps and arms. Furthermore, a machined carbon fiber “wings” badge is available for the first time as an option on the special edition cars.

Special interior bits include the machined carbon fiber sill plaques with Carbon Black or Carbon White logos, a herringbone Carbon fiber fascia, black anodized center stack rotaries, Obsidian Black leather with optional contrast stitching in accent colors and black gearshift paddles with accent colored leather tips.

Both the Carbon Black and Carbon White editions also get black window surrounds and ten-spoke gloss black alloy wheels. Customers also have the freedom to add highlights of color as they wish.

The Aston Martin Vanquish Carbon Black or Carbon White special edition models are available to order now via Aston Martin dealers in most major markets worldwide.


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