Aston Martin launches new online store
New website sells scale models, prints, phone cases, race team merchandise, luggage, and even kids' race suits
Aston Martin has launched a new online shop, selling items ranging from an Aston Martin print to clothing.
Much of the current merchandise available is based around the Aston Martin Racing team; not only team kit but apparel featuring limited edition artwork, polo shirts, bags, cashmere scarves and even a mini race suit for kids.
Products from Aston Martin's commercial partners also feature in the new shop: there's Hackett clothing and Marma sunglasses, and a new collection from Red Bull Racing is coming soon.
There's also a wide selection of iPhone cases including the popular Le Mans case, and a series of cases featuring artwork to celebrate the launch of Vantage across the world.
Best, though, should be the promised scale models that have just arrived. They include the DB11, the DB5 from the James Bond film Skyfall and the DB10 from Spectre.
Other highlights include a new collection of bespoke luxury luggage, from wash bags, to briefcases and holdalls, and a unique series of artwork commissioned to celebrate key moments in Aston Martin’s recent history is also now available. Art prints include Valkyrie at the Geneva Motor Show in 2017, the Aston Martin Vulcan’s first visit to Abu Dhabi and Aston Martin Racing’s 2017 class victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Simon Sproule, Aston Martin’s Vice President, chief marketing officer said: 'We’re thrilled to open the new Aston Martin online shop and bring together all of our luxury products under one virtual roof. The shop has something for everyone from Aston Martin Racing gear to your very own set of Aston Martin wings or bespoke luggage for your DB11.'
More product lines are said to be on the way. Browse the online shop here.
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