Aston Martin released a new special edition called DBS 59. The name belongs to Aston Martin's 1-2 finish on March 24, 1959 in Le Mans's DBR1 Racing.
This car is based on the 715 horsepower DBS Superleggera, the fastest car in Aston. All the changes in the special edition of the car are visual, but they are one hell of the stunner. All DBS 59 will be painted in British racing green and use a plethora of gloss of carbon fiber exterior. View carbon, roof rocks, rear access, spoiler and bed scratches on the roof Aston will fill carbon fiber, Aston Bronze accents used in some places, such as the front grill, sewing, brake calipers and wheels. It all comes as very British, and we love classy looks like this.
The interior really spins. There are brown and black leather seats, but British racing green trim can be found in some areas as an emphasis. DBR1 is a piece for the same personnel used for DBS 59's seats and door inserts. You will get one of the cooler accessories with the car: the rear part of the special DBS 59 car crash. In 1959, the correct gigantic race of the wax period was specially designed by special forces, racing gloves modeled, two fur luggage sets and a specific model of the car model followed by a car. When talking to model numbers, Aston Martin plans to prepare 24 – you know, because 24 hours of Le Mans 24 hours. Each car will have a small white painted number of lateral strings that will indicate which you've got.
All mechanics are exactly the same as the normal DBS Superleggera. This is totally fine – Superleggera goes 211 mph. Aston Martin does not provide the price, but you can order one now. If we ask you, we can not do it.