Aston Martin presents Carbon Black editions for DBS and Vantage models


Just in case you wanted to get your Aston Martin loving friend something this holiday season, the UK brand has just announced two special editions of its DBS and V12 Vantage models, dubbed Carbon Black. The cars will be painted by hand, with over 50 hours spent applying and checking the multiple coats.

Besides the ten-spoke, diamond-cut alloy wheels with gloss black detailing, the models will also receive special options. The V12 Vantage will see a carbon fiber side strake, which will sit on top of a black mesh grille. Front parking sensors, as well as a bright finish on the front grille will also be available for the Vantage, and, as a very special treat, customers who order it will be given a free performance driving course at Aston Martin’s special test circuit.


On the inside, the two special edition cars will see lightweight Obsidian Black leather seats, made from carbon fiber and Kevlar, lined with silver stitching. A piano black fascia trim will also cover the center stack and console. The DBS special edition will receive a Bang & Olufsen Beosound system, while the V12 Vantage will see the Aston Martin Premium Audio System.

Price hasn’t been mentioned, but it is expected to cost 5% more than the regular Vantage or DBS.

Source: Autocar

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  • intensive driving says:

    Only 5% premium… bargain.

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