Vanquish One of Seven goes naked
The Q division of the British luxury sports car maker, which specialises in bespoke models, has conjured up the very limited edition Aston Martin Vanquish One of Seven. This small run model was initially commissioned by Markus Storck, founder of bicycle maker Storck Bikes and avid car collector.
What makes the Vanquish One of Seven special is an "exclusive exterior finish that sees multiple layers of carbonfibre cleverly interwoven to a perfectly smooth finish". This, Aston Martin claims, required the company to come up with a new manufacturing process. The One of Seven's body features both exposed carbonfibre, as well as areas covered in satin jet black paint. In addition to gloss black styling components, the car has been appointed with machined carbon Aston Martin badges, One of Seven logos on the head rests and side skirts, and diamond quilted seats. The first Aston Martin Vanquish One of Seven was delivered to Storck overnight, with the other six models destined for other well-heeled collectors. Given the bespoke nature of the One of Seven, no pricing details have been announced.