First electric Aston Martin DBS

Project car number 006

This Aston Martin DBS, chassis no. DBS/5033/LAC, was built in 1969. It is an original left-hand drive manual car with full options. This project car will be the first ever electric classic Aston Martin DBS. We are looking for an owner to embark on this adventure with David Brown Services. This 1969 DBS is a blank canvas and can be altered to your liking.

The Aston Martin DBS was built in 1969 as an original left-hand drive manual car. The car is one out of 130 cars built. The DBS has full options. The plan is to turn this 1969 DBS into the first electric Aston Martin DBS. The project car is a blank canvas. This means that the new owner will be fully involved in the restoration and electrification of the car. During the process you may alter the car to your liking. This regards the paint colour of the car, the interior, certain options and add-ons but also changing the DBS into a right-hand drive car instead of left-hand drive. We are looking for an owner to embark on this adventure with David Brown Services! Would you like to become the owner of the first ever electric Aston Martin DBS 1969? Contact us for an appointment.

David Brown Services BV is performing a full restoration on this 1969 Aston Martin DBS and will make it into an electric car. Our project cars are for sale! If you are interested in this project car, we can completely customize certain options, such as the color of the car, to your liking. For example, this car is left-hand drive, we can also make the car right-hand drive.

– Brand: Aston Martin
– Model: DBS
– Bodystyle: Grand Tourer (GT)
– Mileage: 0
– Gearbox:
– Built: 1969
– Steeringwheel: left
– Color: TBC
– Engine: Electric Motor 328 Hp
– Gearing: Automatic gearbox
– First Electric Aston Martin DBS
– One of 130 cars built

The Aston Martin DBS, a grand tourer made by the British car manufacturer Aston Martin. The DBS was produced between 1967–1972. The backstory of how the DBS came to life is an interesting one. In 1966, Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera had been commissioned to design the DB6 replacement. The design house created two DBS prototypes before it went out of business. In order to get the project over the line, British car designer William Towns was brought in to design the new car. Although the DBS was envisioned to be the successor of the Aston Martin DB6, both were produced simultaneously for three years. The DB6 ran from 1965 until 1971.

The DBS retained the six-cylinder, 3,995 cc engine, available in Standard or Vantage form as used in DB6. Initially, the plan had been to use an all new V8 engine, however this was not ready in time and therefore not used in the DBS before 1969. In 1969, the DBS was made available with the long awaited V8 Engine with the vehicle that we know as the DBSV8 (four-seat grand touring car). The design of the engine was the work of Tadek Marek. The DBS was a full four seater and was favoured amongst owns that required more interior space.

The use of the 4L engine was one of the reasons why DBS vehicles were fairly cheap a few years ago. The reason being that these were not fast cars (from 0-100 in 8.5 sec with SU carbs) in the time that Aston Martin cars were known for being swift cars.

The Aston Martin DBS was the second AM to star in the James Bond film series. The DBS was famously driven by James Bond (George Lazenby) in the film: ‘’On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’’. The only film in which Bond got married, although, with a tragic ending.

Aston Martin DBS cars are excellent investment opportunities and especially the ones that have been restored. At David Brown Services, we think that the best DBS cars are the ones that have been restored.

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