Aston Martin is celebrating its centenary with the 2013 Geneva Motor Show together with the launch of a new personalization system referred to as “Q by Aston Martin.” This plan enables clients to personalize their versions according to individual wishes and wishes and, as outlined by Aston Martin, it offers “almost limitless chance for expression.”
The model Aston Martin has especially developed for Geneva Auto Show is usually a distinct Vanquish. It mixes an eye-catching Morning Frost metallic white exterior paint by using a contrasting Spectral Blue interior and Pearl White welting. For the exterior, the model also acquired satin finish carbon-fiber characteristics, plus blue-tinted diamond-turned alloy wheels. For that interior the center console is created in blue-tinted glass fiber and various “Q” logos really are a even more reminder that that is certainly a unique Vanquish.
‘Q by Aston Martin’ is a bespoke personalisation service – it can even be seen as a Brand of its own – and goes far beyond even Aston Martin’s extensive options list.
Q by Aston Martin allows customers to enhance and personalise their cars with meticulous attention to detail.
The service can be extended to interior and exterior styling, offering almost endless opportunity for expression. Thanks to Aston Martin’s unique VH (Vertical Horizontal) architecture, the philosophy that forms the backbone of its sports cars, the company has evolved a fast, flexible and modular approach to engineering. With Q by Aston Martin, the ability to commission the design and manufacture of a unique car is now within reach.
Several examples of the service are displayed at Geneva with, for instance, a Vanquish presented in striking Morning Frost metallic white with a contrasting Spectral Blue interior and Pearl White welting. Satin finish carbon fibre exterior features, blue tinted diamond-turned alloy wheels, a blue-tinted glass fibre centre console and embossed ‘Q’ logos are just some of the sports car’s highlights.
Beyond cars, Q by Aston Martin can even help to design and procure almost any manner of luxury item. Colour-matching a Brompton bicycle to an Aston Martin, supporting a customer’s architect to design their house, or creating colour themes and materials for the interior specification of a yacht – these bespoke services are all within the gift of this remarkable department.