Aston Martin saved (again) – by Saudi cash

The future of Aston Martin – which has been on the verge of bankruptcy eight times in its tumultuous 109-year history – is being boosted by a massive new Saudi investment. A total of $1.1 billion has been raised through a major corporate restructuring that gives the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia a 17

Aston Martin Racing Green Strategy

Aston Martin is the latest automaker to detail how it plans to embrace electrification. It was supposed to happen a few years ago with the revival of Lagonda as a purely electric sub-brand. However, the plan was ultimately axed, and we can say the same thing about the Rapid E. The folks from Gaydon have

Aston Martin expects 2022 sales boost on strong DBX demand

Aston Martin expects deliveries to rise by 8 percent this year after surging demand for its DBX SUV helps to offset delays for the automaker's Valkyrie hypercar. Aston Martin reported fourth quarter earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization of 65.6 million pounds ($89.2 million) on Wednesday, falling short of analysts' estimates of 81 million

2023 Aston Martin DBX 707 Aims to Dethrone Other Performance SUVs

Aston Martin has been promising a faster version of the DBX since the regular one launched, and this is most definitely it. Based on manufacturer claims, the new 2023 DBX 707 is set to be the quickest performance SUV on the market, with Aston CEO Tobias Moers saying the company hopes to prove that by

By |2022-02-04T18:02:33+00:00February 4th, 2022|Categories: Aston Martin, Featured, News by Brand|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Aston Martin will introduce a new mild-hybrid DBX SUV soon

All-new mild-hybrid inline-six-powered DBX SUV will be introduced at the upcoming Guangzhou Motor Show, China. The news was confirmed by Aston Martin CEO, Tobias Moers. But... The new Aston Martin mild-hybrid DBX is limited to the Chinese market. And a company spokesman has confirmed to the recognised auto portal, Autocar UK, that the car won’t

Aston Martin replacing AMG’s V8 with straight-six engine?

Back in March, Aston Martin's chief engineer Matt Becker referred to AMG’s new straight-six 3.0-liter engine as being “something that could fit with the brand in the future.” Few days later, the very same person shot down the possibility of using the electrified engine. You’ll find it in the CLS 53 for a future model from Gaydon. It looks like

Aston Martin opens heritage showroom in Mayfair, London

Aston Martin has opened a dedicated showroom for its heritage models in Mayfair, London, aimed at wooing international clients. Aston Martin Works has opened a first retail showroom Showroom dedicated to its heritage fleet, showing off vehicles available to purchase through the British carmaker’s classics arm. Aimed at easy accessibility for international buyers, the new store

Aston Martin’s new Vantage GT race car seems really angry

 Aston Martin is taking orders for its new 2019 Vantage GT3 and GT4 race cars for customer teams. Both versions will feature versions of Aston’s  4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8. Both will be based on the GTE Vantage. It is set to debut at the FIA World Endurance Championship at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend. The new GTs will use what Aston’s learned over the

Aston Martin is making 25 James Bond-spec DB5s

Even to this day, 1964's “Goldfinger” is considered by most to be the best James Bond movie ever made, particularly if those fans are also car nuts. Yes, what endeared the movie into the hearts of many car enthusiasts was Bond’s tricked-out Aston Martin DB5. While in the novels he drives a Bentley Mark VI,

By |2018-11-30T15:55:06+00:00August 20th, 2018|Categories: Aston Martin, News by Brand|0 Comments

Aston Martin will probably race Valkyrie successor at Le Mans

Aston Martin is more likely to race the successor to its Valkyrie and not the Valkyrie itself in the so-called Hypercar class (a name is yet to be selected) that will replace LMP1 as the premier class of the World Endurance Championship, and thus the 24 Hours of Le Mans as well. The news was revealed by Aston Martin CEO Andy

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