Aston Martin has gone public with the first details of its DBS Ultimate, a high-end upgrade to its already luxury-oriented DBS.
The Aston Martin DBS Ultimate is the last model of DBS produced, with a replacement family due to launch next year in celebration of the company’s centenary.
The vehicle is available as a coupe or a Volante (convertible). The Ultimate comes in three colors, including carbon black II, quantum silver, or silver fox.
The Ultimate Edition gets carbon fiber wing mirror casings, a dark front grille, smoked rear lights and a zircotec ceramic covered exhaust.
The interior design of the Ultimate Edition hasn’t been left aside either and the cabin is now getting leather upholstery and Obsidian Black Diamond Quilted for the front seats and door panels, and the roof has been covered with Alcantara.
The paddle shifters have also been covered in red leather and carbon fiber has been used on the dashboard.
The DBS Ultimate carries over the 380kW/570Nm 6.0-litre V12 from the standard DBS, giving it a 0-100km/h acceleration time of 4.3 seconds.
Production of the new Aston Martin DBS Ultimate will begin in June and will be limited to just 100 units. Each DBS Ultimate will be individually numbered.