Aston Martin's Centenary Limited Edition cars - First the Vanquish


Aston Martin has unveiled the Centenary Edition Vanquish, which celebrates 100 years of the birth of the iconic brand by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, founded as Bamford & Martin.

The Vanquish Centenary is the first to receive the treatment, with the V8 Vantage, DB9, & the Rapide following in a limited run of 100 exclusive examples per model.

The Vanquish will feature a graduated paint finish with solid sterling silver Aston Martin wing badges with "trans flux" enamel inlay. Adding an average of 18 hours to a paint process that can already take more than 50 hours to complete, the finish is meticulously built by adding special ‘tinters’ to create the darker inner colour.



The interior cabin has Deep Soft black leather upholstery that until now was available only in the One-77. Special silver thread embroidery of the company's wings in the head restraints and comes with contrasting stitching, along with individually numbered solid sterling silver sill plaques.


The Aston Martin Centenary Logo
The dynamic shape derived from nature’s nautilus shell, is made up of 99 points with the red 100 marking the celebration year. 

"The design represents the Centenary of the company in the shape of commemorative points aligned in perfect proportion around the Aston Martin logo. It is a dynamic expression of forward motion - acknowledging the past, yet with a strong and positive path to the future."



Oldest surviving Aston Martin - a 1921 A3 prototype at the marque's headquarters.

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