Aston Martin and Motorola have collaborated to create a unique co-branded Motorola V600, exclusively for Aston Martin. The exclusive product alliance brings together the two brands resulting in a stylish handset that will appeal to enthusiasts around the world.
The Aston Martin Motorola V600 is a limited edition handset. Only 1,000 versions of these Aston Martin ’phones will ever be made and to highlight this they will be branded with the Aston Martin logo and feature the sound of an Aston Martin engine as a ring tone. The Motorola V600 is packed with the latest communications capabilities including video clip playback, an integrated camera, quad-band technology, and Bluetooth compatibility.
The Motorola V600 handset also boasts a large vibrant colour display screen, which reflects the style of the starter button fitted to the recently launched Aston Martin DB9. The handset also allows users to snap headshots of their new contacts for use in the visual caller-ID* so that they can identify callers instantly.
The Bluetooth headset accessory, included with the handset, will enable users to make and receive calls without the complication of wires.
The limited edition Motorola V600, each packaged in an exclusive Aston Martin gift box, will be available through the Aston Martin dealership network and direct from Aston Martin Parts and Merchandise Operations from 11th December 2003, priced at £389.00** (inc. VAT).
* Network, subscription and SIM card or service provider dependent feature. Not available in all areas.
**Price excludes contract. Compliant with all European/Rest of World mobile networks and T-Mobile, AT&T and Singular/AWS mobile networks in the US
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