Aston Martin has associated itself with Colette, a fashion house from Paris, to bring out a limited edition version of the Cygnet City Car.
With styling inputs from the house of Colette, and engineering in the factory of Aston Martin, this limited edition vehicle shall indeed be exclusive, both in numbers as well as quality of product.
Handcrafted at Aston Martin Works - the Aston Martin workshop, these cars will have only 14 examples of them produced initially by individual orders from the buyers. Though these cars will have the customized options already added, buyers can use the exclusive and unlimited services of the workshop to have any further customizations needed. On the external front, the car has been painted with a special lightening silver paint, with Colette blue styling on the bonnet, tire rims, and the rear-view mirrors. Also an enameled emblem of the Cygnet & Colette brand has been placed on the trunk to give a distinctive appeal of the brand. Inside the car, customizations include the quilted doors, seat inserts and sun visors with special Alcantara leather, hand-trimmed blue cushions for rear seats and the Cygnet & Colette branding in the startup of the navigation system of the car. The customized accessory included will be the solid aluminum key chain with blue enameling. To own one of these customized versions from Aston Martin, one will have to shell out $69,285, the orders for which have already started pouring in.The major advantage of owning the Cygnet City car is the size of the car, which enables smooth navigation in cramped places. Since most cities have limited space for movement of vehicles, this car could be perfect option for ease of traveling.
Colette, the Parisan design house and a collaborator on the project, has been operational since 1997, bringing in new dimensions to customized retail, and this limited edition car is another step in that direction. With the engineering expertise of Aston Martin, these vehicles are certainly a stylish and desirable option to make a statement in.