At the 1959 24 Hours of Le Mans, Aston Martin pulled off a 1-2 overall finish in the legendary endurance race. The DBR1 driven by Carroll Shelby and Roy Salvadori would claim the only outright Le Mans victory for Aston Martin, but the car would have record-setting success in the World Sportscar Championship against the likes of Ferrari and Porsche. In honor of their Le Mans victory, Aston Martin is releasing a limited edition DBS 59 coupe. Painted Aston Martin Racing Green with bronze highlights, the cars feature high-gloss carbon fiber accents and details like storage for the included DBS 59 crash helmets and race suits and a set of bespoke luggage. Being a DBS Superleggera, the car's 211 MPH top speed and 715 horsepower remains unchanged as it should. Each car comes with identifying markings to show which of the 24 units this exclusive is.