Aston Martin DBS V12 ‘Glow’

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

You can’t just drive any regular old Aston Martin during the infamous Gumball 3000 Rally. You need something that turns heads, something that will get you pulled over more than once. What you need is the Aston Martin DBS V12 “Glow.”

Led by Hamish Scott, the team at Nevana Designs used their renowned UV-recycling technology as a coat of paint on the vehicle made famous by Bond himself. The paint features an active ingredient, strontium aluminate, that stores all the sunlight from the day, and reflects it at night – something that could come in handy for all that binge driving the Gumball 3000 commands. And if the paint looks familiar, that’s because the award-winning inventor has already drenched a Nissan Leaf in the glowing awesomeness as well. The crew at Team 46 will be behind the wheel as this 2-door supercar tears the streets up during this year’s festivities.

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