This year Aston Martin celebrates its 100 years anniversary and since only a few companies manage to reach such an advanced age, they will try to make the most out of it.
Though their initial name was Bamford and Martin, they changed it after they won the Aston Clinton Hillclimb race with some of their first models. For their 100th anniversary they’re showing off the oldest Aston Martin that still exists, namely an A3 prototype from 1921 at their first headquarters in Chelsea.
Another special anniversary model that they will showcase is something less old and limited to 100 units, and this is the brand new Aston Martin Vanquish Centenary Edition which features a unique paint finish. Its cabin will feature black leather by Deep Soft and embroidered head restraints with the company logo made out of silver threads and each of the models is individually numbered.
Anyone can be turned into an international man of mystery with a car like this, all you need is a vodka martini on the side (though hopefully not while driving), a suit and a code number.