Two Aston Martin Cygnets took place in the Bridgestone Eco-Rally which took place on Broad Street, Oxford on 31st July 2011.
The annual rally showcases the world's best eco-friendly vehicles in association with 'Start', an initiative inspired by The Price of Wales to celebrate eco-friendly living.
The hand crafted Aston Martin Cygnet offers bespoke design along with fuel consumption of 56.6mpg and 116g/km CO2 emissions.
One of the Aston Martin Cygnets at the Eco-Rally was finished in same Seychelles Blue as the Aston Martin DB6 Mark II Volante driven by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their wedding day.
A third Aston martin Cygnet also supported the event, finished in 'Flouro Orange', the hallmark of London-based designer Tom Dixon.
Darren Turner - Aston Martin Racing regular - and David King - Aston Martin's Director of Special Projects and Motorsport - drove the Aston Martin Cygnets at the Eco-Rally event.
Darren Turner said: "I have been a fan of Cygnet from the start. It's a great city car, easy to manoeuvre and park and a lot of fun to drive."
David King said: "To drive Cygnet in a busy city is to experience a car ideally suited to its environment. Cygnet is tiny, with impressively low emissions but with all the style and craftsmanship of the finest luxury cars."
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