The Aston Martin Henley Royal Regatta DB11 is perhaps the most British car ever made. The special edition celebrates the Henley Royal Regatta, a rowing event that has been held annual on England's Thames River since 1839. Aston Martin's latest one-off can be easily identified by its proprietary paint job which mixes Diavolo Red body with a Satin Scintilla Silver roof. Other identifying features of the body include sharp 20-inch gloss black directional wheels.
On the interior, which is covered in a mix of Alcantara and leather, the color scheme of the Henley Royal Regatta DB11 the color scheme is reversed and looks as fetching as expected. Power comes from the DB11's standard engine, a V12 that sends 600 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels.