Aston Martin DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition Is Limited, Awesome

Aston Martin and TAG Heuer are taking their partnership beyond Formula One with two very special products.

The companies have decided to collaborate on a limited edition DBS Superleggera that comes complete with an equally unique timepiece. While we’ve seen a number of TAG Heuer watches inspired by Aston Martin cars in the past, it is now time for a TAG Heuer-flavored Aston Martin.

It’s called the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition and it will be made in a run of just 50 cars, all in the same specification. Each luxurious coupe will get a Monaco Black exterior paint combined with carbon fiber accents including the roof, spoiler, diffuser, and mirror caps.

Another distinguishing exterior feature of the limited-edition DBS Superleggera is the set of high-performance Pirelli P-Zero tires that feature red sidewall accents matching the red brake calipers.

Red accents carry over inside the car as well, with the seats featuring red stitching and red piping, as well as red “Tag Heuer” logos embroidered into the seat backs. Wrapped in Alcantara and leather, the sports seats also feature triangular quilting — as do the center armrest, door panels, and Alcantara headliner.

Red stitching is present everywhere, even on the sun visors, instrument panel cover, and center console. The center console and door panels also feature a marble-like trim made of unspecified material.

As for the limited-edition watch that comes with the car, TAG Heuer hasn’t released any photos or information yet but we’re sure it’s going to match the exquisite character of the car. There are no pricing details for the vehicle either but given the limited supply, it should cost significantly more than a regular DBS Superleggera.

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  • enthusia

    Wow another “murdered out” special edition…. Can you come up with something else??? Can you come up with something else?!?!?!

    • TheAmerican

      Why would you?

    • Arg

      Not a fan of the murdered out look but this is gorgeous. I bet the replacement cost of those tires is more than the watch.

  • Merc1

    If it isn’t the best looking car in production, it definitely frames the argument.


    • cbATL

      You should frame your argument with:


      • Merc1

        Nope, but thanks.


      • Bo Hanan

        It was before it got “tagged” by TAG Heuer.

  • Bash


  • Six_Tymes

    All the fine details are amazing, at the same time the all dark look is getting old, for me anyway. come out with something different, some color combo that shows off the beauty of the design elements better than this. that said, maybe this looks great in person, just doesn’t look all that exciting in these pictures.

  • Matt

    You’ve got people here complaining about the colour scheme of a special edition as though you’re forced to buy a Superleggera in this colour.

    It’s a TAG edition.. the colour scheme works for that brand.


  • Would rather drive a BDS in other color than this with a Tag Heuer on my arm.

  • Gonçalo Falé Chora

    “…a marble-like trim made of unspecified material.” – Someone who has never heard of forged carbon.

  • Gonçalo Falé Chora

    Cool. You don’t have to like it. I was more commenting on the fact the writer of this article doesn’t know what Forged Carbon is, specially when you can even spec the DB11 with it.

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