One of only three models ever made, an early 1970s Aston Martin "Sotheby Special" has surfaced after almost 40 years in storage, and is set to be auctioned later his year. With a bespoke fiberglass body mounted on a DBS V8 chassis, he vehicle was a radical departure from Aston Martin styling of the time. Show More Summary
For those of you that think that my advice always comes with greasy and expensive strings attached, here’s the rebuttal to every one of your long-winded comment tirades. It’s a brand new Aston Martin DBS that not only still has a factory warranty, but has a price tag that was sliced in half and then some. Save your pennies, kids. This is what you want. Read more...
The Aston Martin DB4 was launched in 1958 as a replacement for the DB Mark III (not to be confused with the DB3 race car), and built until 1963 in various body styles and engine specifications. Offered as a 2+2 coupe, two-seat coupe, and 2+2 convertible, the DB4 was produced in no fewer than five variants, named Series I (one) to V (five). Show More Summary
Aston Martin hasn’t made a GT version of every single one of its DB cars, and with the DB9 having been around for more than a decade already, it wouldn’t have been unreasonable to assume it wasn’t happening this time. But Aston has indeed just announced that the DB9 GT will be making its official debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Show More Summary
Aston Martin has been spotted testing the successor to the DB9 on and around the Nürburgring, wearing its production bodywork, albeit still heavily camouflaged. Continue reading Aston Martin's next DB gets its bodywork on Aston Martin's next DB gets its bodywork on originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 22 Apr 2015 12:44:00 EST. Show More Summary
The British luxury automaker claims it never approved the Vanquish adaptation, which is allegedly based on an older DB9 or DBS.
A rare 1958 Aston Martin DB Mark III has been found decaying in a garage in Tennessee. One of just 552 examples made, the car needs a full restoration, but it crosses the block on April 11. Continue reading Rare 1958 Aston to be auctioned...Show More Summary
The last original Aston Martin DBS to come off the production line in 1972 has been found in a barn England and will be auctioned by COYS in London, on March 10th. Discovered by Chris Routledge, the Managing Partner of the auction house, the DBS has been sitting in a barn in Surrey since 1980 and is in dire need of a thorough restoration. Show More Summary
The final Aston Martin DBS made heads to auction in March 10 with dull paint, a dinged body and missing parts. Still, auctioneers in the UK think it might sell for as high as $61,500. Continue reading Last original Aston Martin DBS found...Show More Summary
The DBS name has been used for several cars throughout Aston Martin's history, but as with all things automotive, there was an original. This is the last of the original DBSes, and it may just be one of the coolest barn finds this year. MUST WATCH: Hellcat Vs. Hellcat: Tires Shredded, Faces Melted, Internet Broken Rusty, with the windows broken...
Just as it was once soldiers and lions in the Colosseum, it is now spies and Jaguars in the streets of Rome as Spectre, the 24th film in the James Bond franchise, shoots its ridiculous car chase featuring the bespoke Aston Martin DB10 against the be-nope Jaguar CX-75. Read more...
The pictures that appeared this week in England of a crash is enough to bring a James Bond to tears. Natasha Gregory clipped a curb and drove her Vauxhall Corsa hatchback into an Aston Martin DBS worth £180,000. What is notable is that the owner claims that this accident left the Aston Martin a total […]
Aston Martin has three eras: its spectacular Pre-War sports/racing years, its 1950s and '60s DB revival, and its modern aluminum resurgence. Oh, and uh, that awkward period that nobody really talks about. Read more...
Already 10 years old, the Aston Martin DB9 will continue to be around until 2016, when the British automaker will unveil its successor. Whether the next-gen model will still carry the DB9 moniker or not is still unknown, but a report coming from Autocar claims Aston Martin has submitted trademark filings for names DB10 through DB14. Show More Summary
Introduced over a decade ago, the DB9 is by now the oldest model in the Aston Martin lineup. It predates the arrival of the V8 Vantage, outlasted the Virage and DBS that spun off from it, and outlived the One-77, V12 Zagato and Cygnet that have all come and gone over the length of its tenure. Show More Summary
The first of Aston Martin’s next-generation supercars is expected to appear in 2016, but reports this week suggest the company is still undecided on a name. According to the UK’s Autocar, Aston Martin design boss Marek Reichman has at least confirmed that the famous ‘DB’ prefix will continue. Show More Summary
Holy hell, the absolutely stunning GT cruiser known as the Aston Martin DBS, is less than $115k on the used car market! For anyone that just cashed out their 401k and wants to party like a sir, they can have this 1-owner, 6-speed manual, 510 horsepower V12 monster for less than the price of a V8 Vantage S. Read more...
Aston Martin will unveil an all-new successor to the 10 year-old DB9 in 2016, according to new reports out of the UK this week. The name of the new model is still to be confirmed, however. Reports suggest Aston is reluctant to continue its current path by introducing a ‘DB10’ badge. Show More Summary
The Bonhams auction is one of those rare times of the year when some of the most exotic classic vehicles are awaken from hibernation for whole world to see. This year, a special Aston Martin DBS was showcased at Bonhams and judging by...Show More Summary
Think of Roger Moore zipping around Europe in an Aston Martin thwarting evil plans, and you'll probably think James Bond, right? Wrong. Because though 007 has driven a variety of Astons in the various films over the years, none of those were in the Moore era. Show More Summary