Following the 2004 Geneva Motor Show, the Jet 2 slipped from public view and was retained by the designers, Bertone. Then without any warning, Jet 2 was shown on the Bertone stand at the 2013 Geneva Show alongside the new Rapide based Jet 2+2. It still looked good, the most noticeable changes were that the colour had been changed from silver to gold and the interior had benefited from a retrim. Also quite curious is that the car now appears to have a lift up tailgate. Looking back on the 2004 Geneva show images, it becomes obvious that originally, the boot could not in fact be opened.
A little later in 2013, Jet 2 joined the original 1961 Bertone Jet and the brand new Jet 2+2 during the Aston Martin Centenary Celebration at Kensington Palace in July. This was the very first time that all three Bertone Jet cars have ever been seen together.