Aston Martin Art of Living on Ice 2017 program is your chance to experience the company’s legendary reputation for cutting-edge technology, iconic design and exceptional craftsmanship across a portfolio of bespoke experiences. For next year, the luxury brand has prepared something truly remarkable, a chance to get a taste of extreme adventure on the Italian slopes of Mont Blanc, against the dramatic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains and at the purpose-built Southern Hemisphere Proving Ground in New Zealand.
In January Art of Living on Ice 2017 program invites you to Courmayeur, located at the foot of the southern side of Mont Blanc, Italy. Priced at $17,000, the offering will give you an unprecedented access to a recently launched ice driving track, followed by a dinner hosted by Aston Martin at a world-class restaurant, which you’ll be taken to by snowmobile. The experience will conclude with a thrilling competition, for which an entire ski piste will be made available exclusively to Art of Living guests. You can register your interest here.
February 2017 is the month when you can try adrenaline-fuelled thrills in the Rocky Mountains, Colorado. For $9,999 you can test your ice driving skills on one of the world’s most challenging courses. Constructed over the course of four months, the 10-acre surface is comprised of a full circuit with a braking and cornering exercises loop, a slalom section and skid pad – all created exactly to Aston Martin’s requirements.
Under the tuition of Aston Martin experts, drivers will have the rare opportunity to challenge and hone their car control, before further putting their skills to the test on a mile-long frozen road course. Participants will be hosted in world-class accommodation in the western Colorado town of Crested Butte, and treated to resident chefs on-hand to attend to every culinary requirement. You can register your interest here.
The last but not the least is mega successful New Zealand on Ice program. In August 2017 you can be one of the few people on Earth to feel the buzz of driving the DB11 and a handful of Aston Martin models, at the purpose-built Southern Hemisphere Proving Ground in New Zealand. Please register your interest here.