The DBS Superleggera Concorde Edition is latest in a line of limited-run vehicle from Aston Martin with links to famous aircraft.
Developed by Aston Martin's Q customisation service, the Concorde Edition is distinguished by a carbon-fibre roof featuring a Concorde graphic, and a Concorde side strake milled from solid aluminium.
British Airways colours have been applied to the Superleggera's roof strake, aero blade and rear diffuser, and there's a British Airways logo behind the front wheel arch, and black aircraft identification lettering ahead of the rear wheel arch.
Inside the cabin, the limited edition model has paddle shifters made from the titanium of the Concorde's compressor blades, new seat buckle badges milled from solid aluminium, and new floor mats.
There's also a fake suede headliner with a sonic boom graphic, a Concorde logo on the front seats, a Mach Meter graphic for the driver's sun visor
Sadly, the Concorde Edition isn't any faster than the regular DBS Superleggera, and it certainly can't reach the speed of sound (1235km/h) without assistance.
Like the regular DBS Superleggera, the Concorde Edition has a 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12 engine rated at 533kW of power and 900Nm of torque. Top speed is said to be 340km/h, and the 0-100km/h run can be completed in 3.4 seconds.
Just 10 Concorde Edition cars will be made, and they have be purchased through the company's dealership in Bristol, UK.
Although it is an icon of the jet age, just 14 Concorde aircraft entered into commercial service — seven each for British Airways and Air France — as the plane was hampered by cost over-runs, a cramped cabin, and small passenger capacity.
The plane was capable of travelling at twice the speed of sound, but due to its sonic boom, the Concorde was restricted to travel over open seas, and effectively limited to travel between New York and Europe.