Seriously, just look at it.
Hardcore Aston Martin fans will be familiar with the name David Brown. Mr. Brown is the man responsible for the famed DB moniker and has a lifelong connection with the famed British carmaker. David Brown's cars have made internet headlines for years, and the David Brown Speedback GT is possibly one of the most beautiful cars around (sorry V12 Speedster). David Brown Automotive has now completed its latest Speedback GT build for a customer in Germany, and as always, the level of craftsmanship and attention to detail in this build leads to a true piece of automotive art.
The latest Speedback GT is covered in a gorgeous 'Blue Moon' hand-painted finish and took over 8,000 hours to complete at the company's Silverstone manufacturing facility. This car is an entirely bespoke offering and its exterior features 19-inch polished stainless steel wire wheels wrapped in David Brown-branded tires for summer use, and a set of super cool Union Flag-inspired alloy wheels for the winter months. At the front, a black mesh grille and a vented hood add an aggressive touch, and to bring this GT up to speed, a set of modern LED headlights adorn its face.
If you think the exterior is gorgeous, wait till you step inside the cabin of this retro racer. Nearly every piece is handcrafted, and materials such as Elm Burr satin lacquered wood and bespoke bright ware plating adorn the interior. The seats are upholstered in a rich 'Tabak' tan leather. One of this car's coolest features has to be the custom drinks set that "holds the owner's preferred gin and tonic". You even get two crystal highball glasses and a bespoke woolen picnic blanket for those sunny days in the countryside.
Michelle Gay, Sales and Marketing Director at David Brown Automotive, said: "The Speedback GT is a practical, versatile, and highly adaptable grand tourer that can be personalized in many ways. This latest Speedback GT finished in 'Blue Moon' is a great example of how a car can be tailored for a customer with their own ideas." We'll have ten.