Articles about Aston Martin

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'-
We are smitten
The stunning Aston Martin Vantage was launched the other day, and we are still reeling from it. The car is absolutely gorgeous, and we can't wait to drive it ourselves on Philippine roads. But in the meantime, here's what our
Less than 59 will be built, unfortunately
2019 marks 60 years since Aston Martin finished first and second at the Le Mans 24 Hours, when the DBR1s of Roy Salvadori/Carroll Shelby and Maurice Trintignant/Paul Frère beat works Ferraris and Porsches to the first two steps of
Big question is...who?
Aston Martin as a company went public recently. As part of this process, it produced a very lengthy document-a public offering prospectus-in September.And Automotive News has drawn our attention to one very, very interesting section. In June 2018, a "
At the new St Athan facility
Aston Martin's first all-electric car is coming. It's going to be called the Rapide E, and from 2019, it will be built at the company's new facility in St Athan, Wales.CEO Dr. Andy Palmer
It only weighs an extra 150kg
Think 'armored car' and you most likely think of an exceedingly bulletproofed Mercedes-Benz S-Class (or similar) riding through traffic with guard cars flanking it. Security at its toughest.And yet there's another way, and it comes
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