For over half a century, the name DBS has meant just one thing: the ultimate production Aston Martin. A DBS is a distilled concentrate of all that has made Aston Martin not just one of the most coveted brands in the automotive sphere, but in all fields of endeavour, right around the world. The DBS badge first graced an elegant, high-performance grand tourer in the late 1960s, before returning in 2007 with the DB9-based DBS V12. Aston Martin’s relationship with ‘Touring of Milan’ the Italian coach builders who patented the Superleggera method of lightweight body manufacturing goes back even further to the iconic DB4 and DB5. Put the two names together and you have an Aston Martin to set enthusiasts’ pulses racing. It doesn’t disappoint.
Superleggera (translation: “super light”) is an automobile coachwork construction technology developed by Felice Bianchi Anderloni of Italian coachbuilder, ‘Carrozzeria Touring’ of Milan
Now the new DBS Superleggera has arrived. Its beauty leaves no room for doubt. Its power cannot be reasoned with.
Unquestionably, DBS Superleggera sits at the pinnacle of the Aston Martin production range. It is both a shining light expressing the most beautiful automotive art and, at the same time, a dark and menacing shadow of brutal, unequivocal strength. It is this fine blend of seemingly opposing traits that makes the DBS Superleggera the absolute Aston Martin.
Aggressive, yet beautiful. Super lightweight, yet powerfully strong. A commanding presence, yet lavishly finished. The DBS Superleggera Coupe and Volante offer the ultimate super GT experience.
Our beautiful example is finished in Divine Red over Obsidian Black leather with Spicy Red stitching. A few of the many options include:
- Divine Red paint
- Bang & Olufsen Beosound Audio
- Machined carbon fibre wing badges
- Carbon fibre splitter and diffuser
- Dark chrome jewellery pack
- Aston Martin tracking