Aston Martin DBS

    Superleggera Tag Heuer Edition

    In celebration of its partnership with Swiss watch brand TAG Heuer, Aston Martin has launched the striking Aston Martin DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition. Just 50 of these stunning sports cars will be made worldwide, finished in Monaco Black paint with red details, and built to a luxurious fixed specification.

    Each of the 50 cars will come with a limited edition TAG Heuer watch, the DBS Edition Carrera Heuer 02. Powered by a Calibre HEUER 02 Automatic manufacture movement, this exclusive sports watch presents a hexagonal cut-out face matching the grille of the DBS and an embossed black calf leather strap mirroring the leather inside the car. Like the car, the watch will have red detailing and will be strictly limited to 50 units.

    Both brands understand the importance of meticulous craftsmanship and creating beautifully designed and engineered products

    TAG Heuer pride themselves in being about avant garde, innovation and savoir faire. The time pieces born from their partnership with Aston Martin, are a perfect example of this commitment with its 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12 engine is the ultimate combination of style and power, utilising modern materials and precision craftsmanship. It delivers an unforgettable driving experience and class-leading in-gear acceleration; and the innovative aerodynamics meld beautifully with its compelling curves.  Nicknamed “the brute in a suit,” the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is immaculately styled, obsessively engineered and phenomenally powerful.

    The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition is presented in Monaco Black paint with a satin black tinted carbon fibre roof, mirrors, vents, louvres, splitter and spoiler. The bespoke specification includes satin black 21” twin spoke wheels fitted with Pirelli P Zero tyres with a red accent to complement the red brake calipers.

    Inside, the DBS boasts pure black leather and alcantara seats, with red stitching and bespoke TAG Heuer quilting, each displaying the TAG Heuer logo, and carbon fibre and dark chrome has been used throughout to accentuate the clean lines of the cockpit. £295,000.

    www.astonmartin.com
    www.tagheuer.com
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