Aston Martin Pastel Collection is the result of over a year of collaboration with Q
Five special edition super luxury cars make up the new Aston Martin Pastel Collection. Each model is a result of over a year of collaboration between Aston Martin Newport Beach and Q, the bespoke division of the parent company.
The Pastel Collection is made up of a Vantage Coupe wearing an Ultra Violet paint job, a Cardamom Violet Vantage Roadster, and Aston's DB11 Coupe and Roadster swathed in Butterfly Teal and Clear Water, respectively. Aston Martin Q also designed a Vibrant Coral DBX.
The Vantage Roadster is a relatively new addition to the Aston Martin lineup. It debuted last year bringing top down driving enjoyment to one of Aston's most beloved vehicles.
Last July, the first DBX rolled off the company's production line in Wales. The model is Aston's first SUV and was developed to not be a performance or elegance compromise.
Late last year, Aston Martin announced a partnership with renowned architect David Adjaye to create five homes within the 130 William condo complex in New York City. Additionally, Adjaye worked with the automaker to create a 130 William Adjaye Special Edition Aston Martin DBX, which is included with each residence purchase.
The 130 William Adjaye Special Edition Aston Martin DBX marks the first time that Aston Martin has collaborated with an architect on the custom fit out of one of their signature vehicles. The DBX features a number of 130 William-related features including an Aston Martin-first, real stone accents, with Grey "Pietra D'Avola" marble inlays matched with Satin Walnut wood.
Aston Martin's hand-stitched leather has Parliament Green trim and the steering wheel matches the walls of the simulator room option. There's also carved solid walnut trim, with Q by Aston Martin Parliament Green leatherwork and details in bronze, black anodized aluminium and real stone.
In addition to the Pastel Collection and the 130 William Adjaye Special Edition, Q has also recently created two James Bond-themed Vantage and DBS Superleggera models and customized a DBX to reveal its dark side.