Aston Martin is taking its centenary celebrations on tour to certain dealer locations all over Europe. At the center of the British luxury carmaker’s centenary lineup is the new Aston Martin Vanquish, its ultimate GT and 2013 flagship model. Displayed alongside the new Vanquish is the oldest Aston Martin in existence, the A3 from 1921 that represents the founding legacy of the British luxury auto manufacturer.
The new Vanquish and the legendary A3 will be joined by the iconic Aston Martin DB5 that was first produced in 1963. These three Aston Martin will represent the carmaker in its centenary celebrations across Europe, touring 19 Aston Martin dealerships in eight countries. The Aston Martin special trio will be displayed in showrooms and participate in exclusive customer events.
Jeffrey L. Scott, Managing Director of Aston Martin Lagonda of Europe, called that the carmaker’s European tour as an inspiring moving history, as this will be the first opportunity for many to get a glimpse of one of the earliest Aston Martins alongside the new flagship model, the Aston Martin Vanquish. He added that the presentation underscores the “very special way” Aston Martin has advanced as a “strong and independent company” 100 years into the 21st century.