You can buy a special someone the ultimate gift for Christmas – an Aston Martin DBS Superleggera designed by none other than 007! Baroque Ground has all the details
Every man’s dream – a limited edition Aston Martin Superleggera designed by Daniel Craig, with only seven actually manufactured! Yes, it will cost you the princely sum of $700,007 – but it’s worth every single dollar! This magnificent vehicle is listed on the Neiman Marcus 2019 Fantasy Gifts collection for this year.
The car also comes with a unique Omega timepiece – a platinum Omega Seamaster Diver 300M that has a special hand-engraved case back. This is the same type of watch that James Bond wore in movies in the 1990s. And that’s not all – also part of the gift, is two tickets to the premiere of the movie No Time to Die plus airfare and hotel accommodation. This is extremely significant, as the movie will be the last one that Daniel Craig will star in. It releases on April 8, 2020, and will feature a number of other Aston Martin cars including the classic DB5 and the Valhalla hyper car.
So why is this particular model of the Aston Martin Superleggera DBS so expensive when a regular model costs in the region of $308,000? It’s a limited edition – and Daniel Craig designed it himself, including the car spec’s, colors, materials and trims. It’s painted a unique shade of blue that is offset by the horizontally slatted grille – even the wheels are bespoke. The interior is in matching blue leather, and the carbon fiber trim found on the doors and center console feature a unique pattern. The actor did keep the Superleggera’s powerful engine, though – the 715-HP twin-turbo V12 engine. Of course, there’s more. The owner of this stunning vehicle will also be flown to London on American Airlines to visit the Aston Martin factory and watch the vehicle come off the assembly line. The new owner has a choice of three dates for this event, which needs to be before the end of 2020. The owners of these 7 vehicles will also be giving back by purchasing these unique cars. Apparently, 12% of the purchase price will be donated to The Opportunity Network, a charity that assists historically under-represented students in studying at college.