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Luxury car maker's new city car can be fully customised
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18 March 2010

The Aston Martin Cygnet will be available in any colour a customer wants - as with every other car in the Aston range.

The Cygnet city car, a reworked version of the Toyota iQ, will cost £30,000 to £50,000 when it goes on sale later this year.

See 12 official different looks for the new Aston Martin Cygnet

"Part of the point of the Cygnet is that it will offer a level of customisation not normally associated with this class of car," said an Aston spokesman.

"As with any other car in the Aston range, a customer can ask for any colour scheme and we will do our best to make it work, either by creating a paint colour or creating a wrap for the car."

Aston - why we built the Cygnet

To publicise the extent that the Cygnet can be customised, Aston Martin has launched an online configurator for the car. Styles on offer include those matching the Aston Martin racing teams, plus zebra and tiger skin versions.

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beachland2 22 March 2010

Re: Aston Cygnet - in any colour you want

I'm not 100% on the rules.

I know there is a loophole i just read about that if the car is first registered outside EU the law does not apply. So all "new" cars could be owned by the manufacturers for a few days imported and then sold as registered?

But previously i thought makes of small numbers were exempt.

Rover P6 3500S 22 March 2010

Re: Aston Cygnet - in any colour you want

beachland2 wrote:

That regulation only applies to mass produced factory cars, which Aston dont make.

Really? I was under the impression the whole reason for the Cygnet existing was avoiding those fines...

beachland2 22 March 2010

Re: Aston Cygnet - in any colour you want

That regulation only applies to mass produced factory cars, which Aston dont make.

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