The short video features brief glimpses of the roof-line, a headlamp, the interior and an alloy wheel, along with several Aston Martin badges and - just to get us all excited - the enlarged eyeball of a clearly surprised man.
Aston Martin says that each of its Centenary Edition models will receive “Deep Soft black leather” (previously featured only in the One-77 hypercar), silver-thread embroidery of the Aston Martin wings in the headrests and solid sterling-silver door-sill plaques, individually numbered with an Aston Martin hallmark.
The exterior receives special treatment too, with an additional 18 hours required in the factory to create the Centenary Edition paint finish on each car.
So now the waiting game begins for Aston Martin to reveal a little more about which model we can expect to see next.
Watch out for more news of Centenary Edition Aston Martins as the carmaker’s centenary-year celebrations continue.
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