Aston Cambridge celebrates British Spitfire with bespoke V12 Vantage S

Aston Cambridge celebrates British Spitfire with bespoke V12 Vantage S

0 comments 📅09 November 2016, 04:15

Update: These out of the ordinary-edition Aston Martins are a creation of Aston Martin Cambridge, a distributor. They are being built in cooperation with Aston’s Q bespoke separation.

The Supermarine Spitfire is well-known in the UK for its r in World War II. To commemorate the plane’s first swarm, which took place 80 years ago, Top Appurtenances reports that Aston Martin Cambridge has created a small-edition model of the V12 Vantage S. The automaker inclination only build eight units of the Spitfire 80, and it’s safe and sound to assume that none will urge it to the US.

As a special-edition model, the V12 Vantage S is finished in “Duxford Na” – aptly named after the Stately Air Force base where the first Spitfire squadron was stationed – with a yellow pinstripe along the side of the mechanism. The special edition isn’t just a fancy face job, as Duxford’s Aircraft Restoration Company help-built several components for the vehicle. The most remarkable include the tailpipe finishers that be suffering with a rainbow bloom effect to match the starting Spitfire’s exhaust.

Aston Martin’s Q partitionment added special touches to the interior with bespoke embroidered logos on the headrests, and the RAF’s iconic roundel is integrated right away into the central dash. According to a Facebook pin by Aston Martin Cambridge, the seats and preferential of the glovebox feature Kestral Tan leather with sooty stitching, while the rest of the interior has hyacinthine Alcantara with Kestral Tan stitching.

Because of the car’s exclusivity and unsurpassed touches, Aston Cambridge priced the Spitfire 80 at heartlessly $240,210, which is almost $50,000 more than a paragon V12 Vantage S. An unspecified percentage of the vehicle’s consequence will be donated to the RAF Benevolent Fund. All eight owners choice receive their vehicles at IWM Duxford – a great airfield and museum – on October 18th and go for a bevy of quail in a Spitfire.


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