One-off bespoke Aston Martin Rapide S revealed with a unique trunk cellar for the finest champagne

Aston Martin Milano has teamed up with Dom Pérignon for a one-off bespoke Rapide S packed with the finest champagne from Dem Perignon.

The collaboration between two companies is all about changes done to the vehicle’s trunk where we now find a hand built cellar with three bottles of the finest Dom Perignon champagne from 1998, as well as two crystal glasses and two bottle openers.

The car is currently e one-off model and will be used as on the coming months as a promotional vehicle at various venues in Italy. Once the demo trip comes to an end, the Aston Martin Milano dealership will start offering this custom trunk as optional equipment called Deuxième Plénitude Special Kit.

The custom trunk cellar is removable if you still need to use the 317-litre cargo capacity. Pricing details are not known, but if you are seriously interested, then contact Aston Martin Milano for more details.

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