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The British supercar maker is making sure every last Vanquish is going to be sold even if a new generation is coming next year – the current generation’s swan song being an opera named Vanquish S Ultimate.

The outgoing grand tourer can be had in the limited edition “Ultimate” specification, which has been limited to just 175 examples. It marks the end of the road for the current iteration and it starts off as the top S specification, fitted with the company’s naturally aspirated 6.0-liter V12 engine with 595 horsepower. Distinctive features include the special paints – Ultimate Black with Copper Bronze details, Xenon Grey with Cobalt Blue accents, and White Gold with Bronze. They are also specifically mixed with an appropriate interior appearance – Obsidian Black with Chestnut Tan, Phantom Grey with Electron Yellow and Spectral Blue, as well as Chestnut Tan with Obsidian Black.

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No matter the choice, all Ultimate units will gain extra touches such as carbon fiber side strakes with rose gold “Ultimate” decals, bespoke stitching, carbon fiber treadplates, along with “Ultimate” headrest embroidery and sill plaques. The three “Designer Themes” can also be ditched with no extra cost, with the coupe and convertible costing anyways an arm and a leg: £211,995 in the United Kingdom or €278,995 in Germany for the coupe and the Volante will set you back £223,995 or €293,995.