The British based automaker Aston Martin has recently pulled the wraps off the Centenary Edition Vanquish, which is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the company.
According to the car manufacturer, the Aston Martin Centenary Edition Vanquish has been developed in order to pay tribute to Lionel Martin and to Robert Bamford, who have formed Bamford & Martin 100 years ago, and one year later, the company has been named Aston Martin. The Aston Martin Centenary Edition Vanquish is coming with a bespoke graduated paint finish, with the autoamker’s wing badges and with some other interesting features which will help the model stand out in a crowd.
The cabin of the Aston Martin Centenary Edition Vanquish hasn’t been left aside either by the carmaker and here we can find the Deep Soft black leather upholstery, which was “borrowed” from the One-77 supercar, contrast stitching, individually numbered solid sterling silver sill plaques, the company’s logo embroidered in the headrests and some other tweaks. If the Aston Martin Centenary Edition Vanquish is what you were looking for than you should hurry up and place an offer because the car manufacturer will only produce 100 units of this limited edition.
Source: Aston Martin