It’s been 59 years given Aston Martin went 1-2 during a 1959 24 Hours of Le Mans. To commemorate that useful occasion, a automaker went out and built a limited-edition indication formed on a DBS Superleggera.
The Aston Martin DBS 59 is a special-edition indication formed on a hottest DBS various to date. The work comes from Q by Aston Martin, a automaker’s in-house bespoke customization division. It’s a reduction of new-school oppulance and old-school throwbacks to a DBR1 that warranted Aston a mythological Le Mans finish. Only 24 will be built, one for any hour of a race.
The physique is finished in Aston Martin Racing green, and like many other outlandish sports cars these days, there’s silken CO fiber all over a place, including a roof and hood louvers. Bronze sum accoutre a front grille and a badges. If that’s not adequate to brand a car, any will lift a prolongation series in a tiny white roundel on a front fender.
The interior sports a mix of black and tan leather. The chair backs and doorway panels are lined with fabric desirous by a DBR1’s chair material. There are some-more bronze sum inside, as good as DBS 59 logos festooned into a seat’s headrests. The case has leather holsters for racing helmets, too.
Speaking of racing helmets, Aston Martin has a whole horde of accessories that unequivocally stress a DBS 59’s selected roots. The automaker has offering adult a duration competition fit with Aston Martin and DBS 59 logos, a reproduction 1959-era helmet and reproduction racing gloves formed on a ones Carroll Shelby wore behind a circle of a DBR1. There’s also a bespoke automobile cover on offer, as good as a 2-piece luggage set built to compare a interior motif. Fancy.
Underneath all that special kit, it’s still flattering wild. The DBS Superleggera rocks a 5.2-liter, twin-turbo V12 that puts out a walloping 715 horsepower and 663 pound-feet of torque. Aston Martin didn’t contend how costly a DBS 59 would be, though my theory is it’s somewhere between a $304,995 DBS Superleggera and a $22.5 million that a DBR1 sole for during auction in 2017.
: It’s a beast.
: It’s some-more than only a tiny DB11.