Aston Martin DBSC

Aston Martin DBSС -

The Aston Martin DBSC was a concept car built by Carrozzeria Touring in 1966. 

Two cars of the two-seat coupe prototype were made with both being presented as the brand new DBS to the public at the 1966 Paris, London and Turin Motor Shows. They were later renamed as the DBSC, to avoid confusion with the final commercialised model. In retrospect, their design wasn’t quite as elegant as the ones that had made it to production in recent years, yet it was other factors that ultimately ensured the pair remained a two-off. Problems with engineering feasibility compounded by refocused priorities in Newport Pagnell as the result of an economic downturn spelled the end for both Touring’s DBS and, indirectly, the struggling coachbuilder.

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