Aston Martin’s Q individualization program has taken the wraps off a unique DB9 Volante that adopts an equestrian theme on the inside. The car was commissioned by the firm’s Los Gatos dealership who wanted a special AM to display at the Menlo Charity Horse Show (August 5-10). The cabin boasts an elegant Saddle Tan Luxmill leather upholstery from Q’s Heritage lineup and is complemented by the diamond quilted leather ivory Alcantara. An embroidered horse logo can be found on the rear consoles as well as on the front head restraints.
The DB9 Volante developed by Aston Martin Q is going to be auctioned next week at the Menlo Circus Club in California and $10,000 of the money obtained will go to the Vista Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired organization.
Source: Aston Martin