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From the A3 to Bond cars, Aston Martin to display its most iconic cars in London

OD Newsdesk Published: July 10, 2013, 05:35 PM IST

All iconic Aston Martin road cars will be on display at Kensington Gardens, London, on Sunday 21 as part of the carmaker's global centenary festivities.

From 'A3', the oldest surviving car, to the Vanquish Centenary Edition, the centenary celebration will see an unprecedented gathering of the rarest, most significant, most beautiful and most famous Aston Martins ever made.

The centenary celebration will see an unprecedented gathering of the rarest, most significant, most beautiful and most famous Aston Martins ever madeThe centenary celebration will see an unprecedented gathering of the rarest, most significant, most beautiful and most famous Aston Martins ever made

The list includes the seven James Bond Aston Martins and a number of cars rarely seen outside of private collections, including a brace of bespoke Zagatos, the trio of Bertone Jets.

Aston Martin and James Bond is a combination which has left an indelible mark on popular culture. To celebrate this famous relationship seven of the movie cars will be on display, including the iconic DB5 from the most recent blockbuster, SKYFALL.

Aston Martin will also put on display its next generation cc100 Speedster ConceptAston Martin will also put on display its next generation cc100 Speedster Concept

Jointly organised by the Aston Martin Owners Club, Aston Martin Heritage Trust and Aston Martin, the celebration will also see a glimpse of the futuristic CC100 Speedster Concept.

The Centenary Timeline Display on the Broadwalk will take visitors on a 100-year journey from the origins of the brand in Henniker Mews, Chelsea, to the current global headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire.

Other highlights will include the exquisite Ulster, an iconic DBR1, legendary DB4 GT Zagato and Gulf-liveried DBR9 GT1 car. The Park Privé race car display will be presented in tribute to racing driver Allan Simonsen, who lost his life at the Le Mans 24 Hours race last month.

Entry to the Centenary Celebration will be free for all. Souvenir programmes containing detailed information on all the display cars will be available to buy on the day.

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