William and Kate Aston Martin

Legendary British car, Aston Martin, back in the spotlight. After a long drowned, and only occasionally appeared in the James Bond movies or Mr. Bean, now the prestige of Aston Martin rose again. It was after this antique car used newly married royal couple Prince William and Kate Middleton. Moreover, this car is environmentally friendly because it uses fuel from the dregs of wine.

After displaying affection with a kiss on the balcony twice, William-Kate out driving Aston Martin. This vehicle is different from the one worn by Kate when it comes to Westminster Abbey Church, which uses Rolls Royce Phantom VI. Unlike it is with vehicles that deliver the William-Kate home from the church towards Buckingham Palace, London. They use a cart made in 1902.

William-Kate Aston Martin
Aston Martin became a choice after they greeted the British people from the balcony of Buckingham and exhibit kiss. Escorted by a black Range Rover, William-Kate riding a convertible sedan (whose roof can be opened) Aston Martin DB6 MkII Band. They seemed to want to raise the pride of the British-made cars to surround the Palace and greeted thousands of spectators.

British Empire knew this sedan artistry. Therefore, they wore old Aston Martin. William’s father, Prince Charles, purchased the car in 1969. Antique and elegant impression. However, the United Kingdom also provides a touch of humor to install rear license plate numbers "Ju5t WED." They also hung the balloons in the back of the car.

Uniquely, this car is no longer using gasoline as fuel. However, it is using eco-friendly bioethanol. This fuel made from wine dregs.

Sedan Aston Martin DB6 MkII Band is rare sedan. This car made only 38 units. The first time was made in July 1969 and last production November 1970. The engine uses 4.0-liter inline six-cylinder-powered 325 HP

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