Q by Aston Martin builds equestrian-themed DB9 Volante

Over the two years of its existence, we’ve seen quite a few beautifully crafted bespoke Aston Martins personalized by the Q division at auto shows around the world. In March this year, we saw Aston Martin show off personalized Vanquish Volante and V12 Vantage S by Q at the Geneva Motor Show; and now the bespoke division has come up with another beauty. Dedicated to meeting the specific needs of individual customers who want their luxury GT crafted just so, Q by Aston Martin has unveiled a unique DB9 Volante featuring horse-riding cues which has been designed exclusively for charity auction at next week’s Menlo Charity Horse Show in Los Gatos, California.

aston-martin-db9-volante-equestrian-edition-2This Aston Martin DB9 was commissioned by a dealership in Los Gatos, CA and the Q division gave it a special equestrian theme. The bespoke car features saddle tan leather with diamond-quilted ivory Alcantara trim, light burlwood veneer, specially-embroidered horse-head logos and saddle-style luggage fitted to the rear console. On the outside, the exterior features an Ashen Blonde metallic paintjob and comes with ten-spoke diamond-turned wheels in satin champagne and Howlite stone-inlaid logos. The proceeds from the charity will go to the Vista Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired.

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