Post Profile






Is Aston Martin Finally Ready for Public Trading?

Rumors that Aston Martin is destined for an initial public offering, either eventually or imminently, have persisted ever since former parent Ford offloaded the British luxury marque in 2007. The brand has come a long way since Ford dropped it off at the orphanage by expanding into new segments, spawning a sub-brand, and entering the non-automotive realms of […] The post Is Aston Martin Finally Ready for Public Trading? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
read more

share
See more about: Aston Martin

Related Posts


Aston Martin DB9 1M designed by Facebook fans

Vehicles / Cars : Car Advice

The Aston Martin DB9 1M has been unveiled at the British luxury sports car maker’s Gaydon headquarters to celebrate the marque reaching one million fans on Facebook. The DB9 1M concept was born in November 2011, when Aston Martin cr...

Aston Martin 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12 teased:: video

Vehicles / Cars : Car Advice

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slg6L4gm1aQ Aston Martin has released a short teaser clip for a new 5.2-litre, twin-turbo V12 engine that will appear in production this year. The British luxury marque has long been known to have sig...

Ford to expand Lincoln luxury brand

Vehicles / Cars : Car Advice

After selling off its premium brands – Jaguar, Land Rover, Aston Martin and Volvo – Ford championed its leftover luxury marque, Lincoln, at the Detroit auto show, revealing a new compact SUV, announcing the introduction of two all-n...

Aston Martin Sells Large Share of Company to Investindustrial Holding

Vehicles / Cars : Automotive.com Blog

Aston Martin, the luxury sports car maker that has captivated fans all over the world, has once again traded hands. At least in part. The Investment Dar, the Saudi company that purchased Aston Martin from Ford in 2007, has sold 37.5...

Aston Martin Open To Going Public With IPO

Vehicles / Cars : Motor Authority

Reports of Aston Martin attempting to go public and file an initial public offering (IPO) date back almost as far as when the classic British brand was first sold by Ford to a consortium led by Prodrive founder David Richards. The a...

Comments


Automotive Industry News
Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC