Aston martin is associated with James Bond movies though he has driven many other vehicles; Aston Martin DB5 Gold finger is priceless.
The DBS Superleggera is far cheaper than Aston martins used in James bond movies. The DBS Superleggera is more muscular machine. It is made with carbon body and able to generate 180kg of down force. Dynamically, the DBS Superleggera has stability and pitched into the gap between sporting Vantage and GT-ish DB11.
The DBS Superleggera is a grand touring car and as such comes standard with plenty of luxuries to make your trip comfortable. Leather-wrapped power-adjustable sports seats with heat and memory settings are standard, and all DBS Superleggera models come with an 8.0-inch infotainment display with navigation as well as Bluetooth phone and audio streaming connectivity.
The interior is trimmed in black leather with red stitching and features an embroidered patch with the 007 logo and the words “OHMSS Edition.” The brighter color, we’re told, was inspired by the glovebox of the original DBS, which was used to store a telescopic-sight rifle. Buyers of the Superleggera will also have the chance to select an optional bespoke drinks case to fit into the luggage compartment. The original cinematic DBS didn’t have any of the normal crop of Bond gadgets; at the risk of dropping a spoiler, the lack of bulletproof glass becomes a major plot point at the end of the film.
Production of the DBS OHMSS will be limited to just 50 cars worldwide, with deliveries in the last quarter of 2019. It costs $397,007—a sizable $90,000 supplement over the standard version.
(the old and the new)
(interior of OHMSS)