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Aston Martin creates a car for every hour of the "Le Mans race"

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In celebration of one of the most impressive achievements in the history of motor racing, Aston Martin announced the launch of a limited version of the model DBS Superlagera 'DBS 59, including 24 cars were built the first at the company's global 

headquarters in Gaidon.

DBS 59 was created by Q BY Aston Martin, a unique customization division, which enables the design of cars according to the personal requirements of luxury brand customers to create premium sports cars by collaborating with the design team of the company. The project was commissioned by Aston Martin Cambridge, where it celebrates the 24-hour Le Mans 24-hour race in which Aston Martin won first and second. Each one of the limited edition cars represented one hour of the Aston Martin race, with Roy Salvadore and Carole Shelby finishing the finish line on the other Aston Martin, which was led by Maurice Trentignant and Paul Freire.

The DBS 59 celebrates the DBR-1 car, which has won the race and the unique design touches that have been specially engineered by the Q-Bay Aston Martin team to demonstrate their professionalism and record a new achievement in their track record. After careful consideration of the DPR-1, the Aston Martin Racing green color was adopted for the DBS 59. The glossy finish of the carbon fiber on the roof panels gives a strikingly colored contrast to the bright green of the chassis.

 

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