Limited Aston Martin Vanquish S Red Arrows Edition Revealed

Tuesday, 11 Apr, 2017

It's the latest of the British luxury manufacturer's bespoke "Q" creations, and this one is a very limited ten-unit run of the Vanquish S that has been inspired by the Royal Air Force's Red Arrows aerobatic display team.

The Red Arrows Edition continues the aeronautical theme in the cabin, with more Red Arrows and RAF inspired touches. Further echoing the antics of the aerobatic team, Aston has applied a white "smoke trail" finish onto the side of the auto, complemented by other white and blue carbon details.

On the inside, all ten Vanquish S models of this group will get a design inspired by the RAF's uniform, which will involve seatbelts with green webbing, Pinewood green inserts, and a set of logos that portray the "diamond" formation that is made in the air by these stunt pilots. With no rear seats, the limited-edition model sacrifices its ability to cart two extra people in favor of housing two racing helmets, which are also finished in Red Arrows livery. The latest auto is the Red Arrow Edition which like the name suggests is based on the RAF's iconic Red Arrow jets. The tenth and final vehicle will be gifted to RAF Benevolent Fund, a charity established to provide support to former servicemen and women and their families.

Coated in the same Eclat Red shade as the BAE Hawk aircraft, with the white and blue carbon highlights, the Aston Martin Vanquish S Red Arrows edition looks spectacular.

The model was announced at the official handover of the former RAF facility in St Athan, South Wales, which is set to become Aston's Martin's second United Kingdom manufacturing site.

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Each buyer will also receive a bespoke racing helmet, racing suit, bomber jacket, auto cover, build book and a Vanquish S luggage set.

The seat backs, parcel shelf behind the rear seats and door panels all feature patterns reminiscent of the Red Arrows performing their nine-aircraft Vixen Break routine.

While Reds one through nine are available to purchase through Aston Martin Cambridge, a final tenth Vanquish S Red Arrows will be gifted to the RAF Benevolent Fund in aid of former servicemen and women.

The new model was announced at the handover of Aston Martin's second United Kingdom manufacturing site.