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British brand's Q personalisation service has created a one-off for the Henley Royal Regatta and run of 20 for Classic Driver website

Aston Martin has revealed two special-edition versions of the Aston Martin DB11, the latest creations of the British brand's Q personalisation service.

The first is the DB11 Volante Henley Royal Regatta, which marks Aston's official partnership with the annual rowing event. It follows last year's one-off Henley Royal Regatta coupé.

The car is finished in White Stone paint, complete with pale blue accents taken from Henley rowers' oars, and upholstered in Red Oxide Caithness leather. It also features stainless steel crossed-oar motifs. Other visual modifications include gloss black, diamond-turned wheels, anodised brake calipers, smoked tail-lights and carbonfibre detailing.

The unique £199,995 car will be displayed at this year's regatta, held during 4-8 July in Oxfordshire.

The other Q creation is the DB11 Classic Driver Edition, of which 20 will be built — in coupé and convertible Volante forms — and priced from £199,275. 

It was commissioned to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Classic Driver website. 

The car is finished in a new bespoke paint colour called Classic Driver Grey, inspired by the website's colours and Aston's Charcoal Grey of the 1960s. With a pearl finish, it is said to have "a green twist once exposed to sunlight". In addition, a carbonfibre body pack with satin Eifel Green lacquer features.

Inside, the seats, dashboard and steering wheel are trimmed in Eifel Green Caithness leather, while the Classic Driver logo is embroidered into the headrests in green. In Volante models, the soft top is finished in Westminster Green. The model also features a Classic Driver plaque on its sills and enamel fender badges.

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