Another car from Aston Martin's Q bespoke division celebrates the carmaker's partnership with the prestigious sporting event

Aston Martin has revealed a one-off DB11 to celebrate its partnership with the Henley Regatta. 

Although not as outlandish as the brand's aviation-themed special editions of recent months, the Henley Royal Regatta DB11 is marked out by its bespoke paint finish and interior specifications, as well as a carbonfibre Aston Martin badge. 

Two carbonfibre option packs are applied to the one-off DB11, which finish exterior bodywork and trim in glossed carbonfibre. Inside, it's just as restrained, with much of the interior finished in black leather, with red leather highlights, and black Alcantara covering the headlining. A pack of chrome interior detailing is also fitted to the interior, while a plaque on the door sills marks the car out as the Henley Royal Regatta one-off. 

It's the latest project finished by Aston Martin's bespoke Q by Aston Martin - Commission arm, which before has created several high-profile special edition Aston Martins, including the RAF-themed series culminating in the most recent; the Vanquish S Red Arrows Edition

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26 June 2017
Does it float?

26 June 2017
I doubt it, it's a heavy beast after all.

typos1 - Just can’t respect opinion

26 June 2017
it could be a modern 'Roller'...

26 June 2017
200 years ago thousands of watermen and lighter men earned a living on the Thames. They were specifically excluded by the Henley Regatta, who only wanted competitors from the upper classes. Not the kind of snobbery I would want to associate with my brand!

26 June 2017
What a terrible name; I'm not a snob or inverted snob but that sounds awful. I can't see them offering the Sheffield Students' Union Rag Week Special or the Millhouses Park Boating Lake Team Mk3 Hatchback, either.

26 June 2017
In that colour and trim but with dark tan leather - and absolutely no stupid plagues no matter what they say.

26 June 2017
A Glastonbury special in the near future, for the Corbynista elite..

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