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Aston says they're ‘authentic reproductions of the DB5 seen on screen’
To be sold at Sotheby's Villa Erba auction
The Sport Classic is one of the most desirable 911s of modern times. When it was announced in 2010, all 250 build slots were sold in under 48 hours. The ducktail spoiler, Fuchs-style alloys and short-shift manual gearbox gave the
Meet the DBS Superleggera Volante
Surprise! Aston Martin has made an attractive car. Yeah, big shock, we know. Welcome to the shiny new DBS Superleggera Volante, a rather convoluted nomenclature that can be condensed to 'Pretty Car.'Yep, Aston's done it again. Sure, there are facts
So do we
Here's a reason to be cheerful. Aston Martin plans to keep a big, fat V12 at the heart of its range for as long as it feasibly can.That's the word direct from Marek Reichman, executive VP and chief creative
Limited to just 155 units
So it begins. This is Aston Martin's very first all-electric, full production car, housed in the rather delightful form of the Rapide. So, meet the Aston Martin Rapide E.Recognizably an Aston, then, but without the most recognizable thing of
Aston Martin wants to “futureproof the car beyond internal combustion, and beyond EV”
Meet Paul Spires. You'd like him-he's the boss of Aston Martin Works. Works is the Newport Pagnell-based classic arm of the company. It'll complete a certified restoration of your barn-find classic DB4 or Lagonda for, ooh, £
This rebodied DBS Superleggera is one-half of the DBZ Centenary Collection
Last September, Aston Martin announced it would release something called the 'DBZ Centenary Collection.' It comprises two cars you can only buy as a pair: a DB4 GT Zagato Continuation, and a rebodied DBS Superleggera called the DBS GT Zagato. The cost: £
Charged, not combusted
The James Bond character might seem like an immortal super spy who has somehow survived over 50 years without aging or showing signs of liver damage, but the truth is that the man and the franchise have evolved over the years. I
Big, beautiful, and green
It's named All-Terrain, but the horizons of its ambition seems to stretch further. Hovering on its eerily lit plinth at the Geneva Motor Show, Lagonda's concept looks like a space capsule for some particularly sybaritic extraterrestrial aristos. It's
Yes, it is going to get made
Lagonda, Aston Martin's luxury brand, appears to have gone for the scatter-gun approach when it comes to naming design influences for its All-Terrain Concept, with everything from super-yachts to Mars exploration via the 'planetary forces of gravity fields'
The third mid-engine hypercar to emerge from the factory
Welcome, everyone, to the Baby Valkyrie. Aston's AM-RB 003, making its debut at this week's Geneva Motor Show, is the third mid-engined hypercar to emerge from the company's tie-up with Red Bull Advanced Technologies. Which means
Nice color
The Aston Martin Vanquish has returned, in the form of this svelte, lightweight concept supercar designed to give Ferrari and McLaren something to think about. Welcome to Aston Martin's first mid-engined production supercar.It's a concept for now, but
With no turbos
Let's not mess around: the Aston Martin Valkyrie will develop 1,160hp and 900Nm of torque.That's today's news straight out of Aston Martin, finally confirming the power output of the naturally aspirated Cosworth V12 which will lie amid
To be powered by a “turbocharged petrol-electric hybrid engine”
Aston Martin is going to build a mid-engined supercar, and, if you squint a bit, deploy some imagination, and maybe turn up the brightness on your screen, this is it.It's codenamed Project 003, because the Valkyrie-the most powerful
“Love it or loathe it? There is no middle ground with this thing”
We think it's safe to say the new Lagonda will be nothing like the old one. Not one bit.The Lagonda 'Series 2' arrived in 1976, complete with wedge-tastic styling that looked like no car anyone had ever seen before,
Aston Martin’s luxury brand teases the ‘All-Terrain Concept’
The modern incarnation of Aston Martin's luxury branch-Lagonda-has long grappled with the concept of future automotive, offering up a near-£700,000 (P47.5 million) V12 luxury sedan (Taraf), and last year's dazzling Vision Concept.This, however, is
Here’s how you deploy a 715bhp V12 supercar to The Real World
Last month, we ran a first drive on the new Aston Martin DBS Superleggera. We liked it. A lot. The best car Aston makes, we said. Until the DBS, arrived it looked as though luxury car firms had abandoned the sporting GT
And the e-powertrain conversions are fully reversible
First prototype is drifting around in Wales for some ‘real world’ testing
This is the new Aston Martin DBX. We can say that with certainty, because Aston has confirmed that DBX is indeed the name it's christening its first SUV with. No Vulcan/Valkyrie/Vantage alliteration here. It's DBX. And it's
Two quite different sports cars battle it out
Two cars separated by 99hp, £70,000 (P4.8 million), eight-tenths from 0-100kph, and 64kph at the top end. Not much competition when it comes to image, either: The Vantage is a tailored suit; the M2 Competition, a pair of
Electric models like the Rapide E will be built at the St Athan facility
Wow, Aston Martin has been busy. A mere 18 months since we helped them 'settle in' to their new second home in Wales-by skidding £65 million (P4.5 billion) of their back catalog around several empty Ministry of Defense 'Super Hangers'-
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