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40 special-edition models will be built to commemorate Ulrich Bez’s 10 years as CEO of the company
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4 March 2010

Aston Martin has revealed a limited-edition DBS to commemorate Ulrich Bez’s 10 years as CEO of the company.

Aston will make just 40 UB-2010 models – 20 coupes and 20 convertibles – and they have all been specified to Bez’s personal tastes.

See the Aston Martin DBS UB-2010 pic

This means an Azurite Black paint job and a metallic bronze leather interior. Each fascia will be finished in Cryptic Titan.

Bez will also hand-sign a specially-numbered plaque for each model. Prices will be revealed in due course.

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The Colonel 4 March 2010

Re: Aston reveals limited DBS

theroadneverends wrote:
Exactly BMW has this colour as an option and they call it azurite blue too. http://www.bmw.co.uk/bmwuk/ecom4/frameset/0,,1156___bs-Mw%3D%3D@bb-TEkwOA%3D%3D@sit-bmwuk,00.html

No. BMW have that colour too, as an option, and it is called Azurite Black. Same deal. Follow your own link.

The Colonel 4 March 2010

Re: Aston reveals limited DBS

Judging by the interior and wheels I'd say the car in the picture is a DBS Carbon Black Special Edition.

However, Azurite Black does look blue depending on point-of-view, under bright light especially; that is the point of it as a paint treatment.

You can make any colour look different according to its make-up, application, and appearance under various lighting conditions.

The paint used for the carbon black models is no different in its make-up.

theroadneverends 4 March 2010

Re: Aston reveals limited DBS

MattDB wrote:

Anyway the fact is its called Azurite black, and it is the colour pictured in the photo.

You can call it a blacky blue if you wish lol.

Exactly BMW has this colour as an option and they call it azurite blue too. http://www.bmw.co.uk/bmwuk/ecom4/frameset/0,,1156___bs-Mw%3D%3D@bb-TEkwO...@sit-bmwuk,00.html

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