Aston Martin, the British marque for luxury sports rides introduced at Geneva Autosalon a new "unique" service dubbed Works Service Tailored. The bespoke service is aimed at customers who are searching for new and more uniquely customized Astons. It focuses on huge variety of astonishing colour and material variations which can be precisely combined by customer's choice and specification, enabling owners to apply their own styling taste and vision.

At the renowned Geneva occasion, Works Service Tailored is exhibiting two remarkable vehicles: a Magma Red Aston Martin Rapide fitted with tailored "Cryptic Titan" facia and door finishers and a striking DB9 with Blue Pearl white finish, gun metal exterior metal work, Blue Gin Leather and an African Walnut wood finish.

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At the brand's booth, the curious car lovers can also enjoy the all-new limited-edition Aston Martin DBS UB-2010, which is specially designed to mark the 10th year of Dr. Ulrich Bez's Chief Executive Position at the company. Clearly benefiting from the new Works Service Tailored competencies, the special ride will be manufactured in very limited run of only 40 DBS comprising 20 Coupes and 20 Volantes. The unique DBS UB highlights a sleek  "Azurite Black" shade, a metallic bronze leather with woven leather seat inserts and a "Cryptic Titan" facia finish.

Another undoubted eye-catcher is the first V12 Vantage Carbon Black Edition, which celebrates the remarkable sale success of the new V12 Vantage series. It features gorgeous Carbon Black metallic paint with thin metallic twist, carbon fiber beautified side strakes, glossy black 10-spoke design diamond turned alloys and a bright finished grille.

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