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Aston Martin has announced a special-edition version of the Cygnet limited to just 14 units
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23 June 2011

Aston Martin has teamed up with Parisian fashion house colette to create the Aston Martin Cygnet and colette luxury city car.

Just 14 examples have been commissioned by the French firm, which will be “hand-crafted by Aston Martin Works Tailored”.

See the official pics of the Aston Martin Cynet and colette

Externally, the limited-edition car features Lightning Silver paint with colette blue details, including “race-inspired front bumper and bonnet livery, mirror caps and diamond turned road wheels,” according to Aston.

Inside, the limited Cygnet gets a “Bitter Chocolate-themed interior,” with Alcantara sun visors, blue leather ‘occasional cushions’ in the rear and Cygnet & colette badging.

Aston Martin director of design Marek Reichman said: “The colette car is the first of the exclusive ‘Cygnet and’ collaborations. These cars will give Aston Martin a relevant platform to reach out to new customers in urban areas.”

Read our first drive review of the Aston Martin Cygnet

Orders for the Cygnet & colette luxury city car can be made through the colette store in Paris, for delivery by the end of the year.

Prices start from £39,995

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