The Vanquish S Ultimate Coupe costs from £211,995, and the convertible Volante from £223,995, and is now available to order from Aston's United Kingdom dealers, with first cars due in early 2018. The black colouring is accented by copper around the front intake, side sill and and on the rear diffusor.
Christian Marti, Aston Martin vice president and chief sales officer, said: "Since the Vanquish was first introduced it immediately established itself as the pinnacle of our series production range". The company has revealed that just 175 cars will be made worldwide. Deliveries start in the first quarter of 2018. The Ultimate model is based on the hardcore S variant of the Vanquish and can be had in the Coupe or the Volante (convertible) body style. A combination of Xenon Grey paint and Cobalt Blue graphics complements the Ultimate's carbon fibre and black trim. Yellow-painted brake calipers also hide behind five-spoke alloy wheels while yellow accents, blue stitching and grey leather upholstery create a diverse palette of colours in the cabin.
In addition to the specially created colour and trim packages there are a suite of details that are also unique to the Vanquish S Ultimate. Joining these color schemes are rose gold carbon fiber side strakes, carbon fiber treadplates, an "Ultimate" sill plaque, special stitching on the seats, and "Ultimate" headrest embroidery. The Aston Martin Vanquish S Ultimate Edition is powered by the legendary naturally-aspirated 6.0L V12 engine with maximum power of 595bhp and a spectacular soundtrack. The second theme is Sport Line, which paints the auto Zenon Grey and adds Cobalt Blue graphics, with yellow and blue accents contrasting Phantom Grey leather inside. The third theme blends White Gold paint with Bronze graphics and gloss black trim, along with a Chestnut Tan leather with Obsidian Black accents. The eight-speed Touchtronic III automatic transmission can send the GT to a 100kmph from standstill in 3.5seconds and a top speed of 325kmph.
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In the first of these themes, Aston Martin uses a black exterior design with bronze detailing that is paired with a black interior finish with tan accents.
Chief Creative Officer, Marek Reichman, said of the vehicle, "With the Ultimate Edition we have accentuated the Vanquish S's unique blend of tradition, technology and craftsmanship with a selection of three bold exterior paint schemes and hugely appealing interior packages".