Aston Martin has revealed a bespoke DB11 Volante created in celebration of its association with Henley Royal Regatta, one of the world’s most prestigious and historic rowing events. This one-off comes as a follow up to the last year’s bespoke DB11 built for the same sporting event. The new DB11 Volante Henley Royal Regatta got the full treatment from the automaker’s personalization arm, Q by Aston Martin. The one-off convertible GT wears a bespoke White Stone body paint, which is contrasted by a black convertible hood, smoked taillights, hood meshes and dark exhaust tips. Gloss black diamond turned wheels and dark anodized brake calipers finish off the special treatment received on the exterior.
On the inside, the special edition features Red Oxide Caithness leather. Other special bits include carbon fiber trim with stainless steel crossed oar motifs and and-painted pale blue accents inspired by the rowing club markings. Mechanically the bespoke DB11 Volante is identical to the standard model that is powered by an AMG-sourced, 4.0-liter V8 engine that churns out 503 horsepower and 513 pound-feet of torque. The one-of-a-kind Aston is priced at £199,995 (around $265,000).