Aston Martin DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition

Jan 21, 2019

Category: Rides

Aston Martin and Tag Heuer have shared a mutually beneficial partnership for quite a while, releasing special edition cars, watches, and race-inspired collections that are always highly sought-after. While the English automaker’s original vehicles are undeniably cut from a different cloth than their competitors, Aston Marton has once again teamed up with the famed wristwear maven to release the blacked out DBS Superleggera — a limited edition offering that caters to horological hysteria.

The 715-horsepower vehicle will feature supremely sleek body lines, complete with Monaco Black exterior paint and carbon fiber accents that reference Tag Heuer’s classic design principals. Aston’s Superleggera is powered by a monstrous 5.2-liter V12 powerplant and includes two turbochargers for the ultimate in supercar prestige, while modern red accents throughout the leather-clad interior serve to exude an aura of tasteful luxury. Stylized piping and trim add a much needed aesthetic upgrade to the vehicle. Only 50 examples will ever be made, so if you’re interested in a unique offering that’s also extremely limited, you’ll have to pay close attention to Aston Martin’s website for more information on a set release date and price.

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