The Aston Martin DBS Carbon Black Edition is a special edition version of Aston’s DBS launched in 2010 with supply limited to just one car per dealer, this car is of the rarest DBS variants produced. The new addition to the Aston Martin DBS range added handsome 10-spoke gloss black and diamond-turned alloy wheels under the arches. As the name may suggest carbon fibre is a recurring feature, the trim level earns the DBS wing mirrors and rear light clusters infused, the centre console, paddles belonging to the six-speed Touchtronic gearbox also get the carbon fibre treatment and well as a quilted, leather-lined headliner.
This front-engined V12 became Aston Martin’s flagship model, and at the time the most powerful in their history. The DBS was made World famous when it was featured in two 007 smash-hits, Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace under the command of Daniel Craig as James Bond.
This 2011 Aston Martin DBS Carbon Black Edition presented in Carbon Black with black leather interior and black piano wood has a large specification including sat nav, 2+2 seats, custom tread plates, unique sill plaques and auto dimming rear view mirror. The heated sports seats are made partly from carbon fibre to make them 17kg lighter than the standard version DBS. The Bang & Olufsen sound system includes extensive speakers, multi CD stacker system and an iPod connection.