Rights are a first 2023 Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate went under the hammer at a charity auction last week in Gstaad, Switzerland, with a final bid of 750,000 Swiss francs (about $810,750).
The auction, attended by actors Christopher Lambert and Penelope Cruz, raised money for the Action Innocence foundation, which aims to protect young people from the risks surrounding the internet, such as cyberbullying or contact with predators.
“We are delighted to contribute to the Action Innocence Charity Gala, which has become one of the most important charity events at the Gstaad resort, a key destination for Aston Martin and our customers in Europe,” said Andreas Bareis, Head of Europe at Aston Martin. in a statement.
While Aston Martin has not produced any customer examples of the DBS 770 Ultimate, the automaker has confirmed that the first one will be finished in Ultramarine Black with silver accents, combined with an Aston Martin Cote d’Azure Blue interior.
DBS 770 Ultimate is the last member the DBS line, at least for now. The car features a 759-horsepower version of Aston Martin’s twin-turbo 5.2-liter V-12 and is limited to 499 units (300 coupes and 199 Volante convertibles), all of which are sold out.
Deliveries will begin in the third quarter of 2023. Aston Martin did not say how much the car will cost or how many will make it to the United States
With the retirement of the DBS, the DB11 will take over as Aston Martin’s flagship. To ensure that its looks and performance match the DBS, the DB11 does just that you will get a major update soon.
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This article was originally published by Motor Authorityeditorial partner ClassicCars.com.