Rather than roll out the all-new 2018 Aston Martin Vantage V8 road car, bask in the attention (or controversy -- you, the readers, seem to have a lot of mixed opinions about the new design direction) and then rekindle buzz by unveiling the race version, the British automaker decided to let it all rip at once.
Until recently, Aston Martin suffered losses as a result of a lack of new models. But this year, Aston Martin is exiting survival mode, and is on track to post its first annual profit since 2010. The automaker is still in the beginning stages of rolling out a barrage of new vehicles as called for
Aston Martin is open for giving power units to Formula 1, revealed it the producer’s CEO. Andy Palmer, who is leader of Aston Martin since 2014, said that involvement with F1 makes sense given the presence of near competitor - Ferrari, but that is only be possible if big part of spending caps were introduced
Aston Martin mdid it good at the 2016 Geneva auto show, where the British brand revealed the then all-new DB11. With a solid and lightweight aluminum construction and powered by a twin-turbocharged V-12, the DB11 nicely combined new technology with classic style that developed the brand's long-stagnant design language. After a year, Aston Martin is revealing again a DB11