Aston Martins are cool at the best of times.

But what about a limited-edition Aston Martin made by the marque’s bespoke department ‘Q by Aston Martin’ to celebrate the historic 1959 Aston Martin Le Mans win?

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Only 24 of these DBS Superleggeras, called the DBS 59, will be built. Commissioned by Aston Martin Cambridge, the special editions take their design and styling cues from the DBR1 racing car which powered to victory nearly 60 years ago against the motoring might of Ferrari and Porsche.

The victorious car was driven by Carroll Shelby and Roy Salvadori – and it was the first time Aston had won the race.

The DBS 59’s racing green is the first cap doff to the victory. And each car also comes with a full heritage race suit – including helmet, suit, goggles and gloves – if you really want to get into the spirit.

Maybe not a good look for the office, though. 

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