As Aston Martin Works prepares to celebrate its diamond jubilee in 2015, the iconic British automotive manufacturer is due to showcase six bespoke cars to commemorate the 60-year milestone.

While they’ve yet to unveil the likes of their 1955-65 DB 2/4 MK II Saloon, 1965-75 DB5, 1975-85 V8 Coupe, 1985-95 V8 Vantage X-Pack, or 1995-2005 V8 Vantage, Aston martin has taken the wraps off the very first of the special vehicles — a limited edition Vanquish that channels a decade of design cues from 2005 to present.

Styled after the current Vanquish Super GT and available in both Coupe and convertible Volante form, the unique Vanquish comes equipped with a 6.0 liter V12 capable of acceleration from 0 to 60mph in just 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 200 mph. The main draw here, however, is the aesthetic quality of the vehicle.

Created in conjunction with its Q by Aston Martin personalization service, the vehicle sports a stark white exterior in conjunction with distinctive yellow anniversary accents while the interior comes dressed in black leather with a carbon fiber weave and contrasting yellow stitching. An added touch comes in the form of bespoke rotaries — all of which have been culled from the engines of past models and include laser-etched anniversary branding.