What to buy the kid that has everything? How about a toy car? No, not just any toy car - an fully working Aston Martin DB Junior Convertible. The miniature car has a body style that pays homage to iconic Aston Martin convertibles of the 1960s. Show More Summary
Built by Nicholas Mee & Co, the DB Convertible – Junior Classic Car, is a mini Aston Martin for aspiring 007s aged 10 years and over. The little DB is powered by a front mounted 110cc 4-stroke air-cooled petrol engine with a top speed of 74km/h (46mph)! Read the rest of the story at: Live and Let Drive: DB Convertible – Junior Classic Car
Vehicles Affected: Approximately 5,001 versions of Aston Martin vehicles, including the 2008-2014 DB9 and V8 Vantage, 2009-2012 DBS, 2010-2012 Rapide, 2014 Rapide S, 2011-2012 V12 Vantage, 2011-2014 V8 Vantage S and 2012 Virage vehicles. The Problem: The National Highway Traffic...
Kids these days don’t have a clue how easy they have it. It used to be that a child would save up the money from his allowance and various errands and chores to afford his first bike so he could ride to school with all of his chums.Show More Summary
Classic sports cars are often associated less with suave MI6 agents than with middle-aged men with deep pockets and a mid-life crisis to match. That’s changing as Nicholas Mee & Co, Aston Martin Heritage Dealer in West London, aims at a new, (much) younger breed of customers. Show More Summary
Recognize the name David Brown? If you know your British automotive history, you should. But if you don't, maybe you'll recognize him by his initials. The letters DB have adorned some of the most iconic Aston Martins ever made, so named...Show More Summary
Posted on 08.7.2013 19:00 by Kirby Garlitos It seems a little odd for Wheelsandmore to release a tuning program strangely named "Summerheat". But that’s exactly what the German aftermarket company did, and it used an Aston Martin DBS Volante to showcase its new project. Show More Summary
Posted on 08.1.2013 19:00 by Simona The last Aston Martin tuned by the British design firm, Kahn Design, was the DBS Casino Royale, which was pretty sweet. Today, Kahn took another break from its usual Land Rover models and decided to update another Aston Martin model,;this time around it is a DB9. Show More Summary
Aston Martin and Italian coachbuilder, Zagato, unveiled the one-off DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial and DB9 Spyder Zagato Centennial during Aston Martin’s 100th birthday at Kensington Gardens. The DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial features Zagato’s trademark ‘double bubble’ roof. Read the rest of the story at: Two Aston Martins get a one-off Zagato facelift
For Aston Martin’s 100th birthday, Zagato created these two droolworthy rides. The DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial and DB9 Spyder Zagato Centennial, which dramatically overhaul Aston’s default styling with James Bond style.
As part of its ongoing centenary celebrations this year, Aston Martin organized the largest-ever gathering of its customers and their cars in the city of London over the weekend. Around 50,000 guests and 550 Aston Martin cars took part in the event, the highlight of which was the official presentation of two very special models. They were a pair...
Italian design house Zagato marks Aston’s 100th Anniversary with a pair of special one-off models based on the Aston Martin DBS and DB9. Designed with a ‘double bubble’ roof design, reminiscent of Zagato cars from the 1950s the DBS Coupé...Show More Summary
Italian coachbuilder Zagato has paid tribute to Aston Martin’s 100th anniversary with the announcement of two special projects: the Aston Martin DBS Coupe Zagato Centennial and the Aston Martin DB9 Spyder Zagato Centennial. Zagato describes the DBS Coupe Centennial edition … Continue reading ? The post Aston Martin Zagato centennial projects revealed appeared first on CarAdvice.
Posted on 07.22.2013 08:00 by Kirby Garlitos Any time an automaker celebrates its 100th birthday, you can expect pretty much a year’s worth of festivities, including, but not limited to, the production of some pretty special one-off models. Show More Summary
There's no need to feel sorry for the person who decides to buy a new Aston Martin and say, "I just wish it looked more breathtaking." But when famed coachbuilder Zagato takes a DBS and a DB9 Volante and makes them more beautiful, you quit judging. Read more...
Posted on 06.19.2013 16:00 by Kirby Garlitos The Aston Martin DBS has had a pretty long lifespan after first being introduced in 1967. The current generation, though, didn’t hit the market until 2008, which in itself is already long for the industry. Show More Summary
Some spectacular Aston Martin flavored eye candy to start your rainy Friday: Click to enlarge Source: Classic Driver Some specifics: • This ‘DB’ carried sublime coachwork, designed by Touring, handcrafted at Tickford works in Newport Pagnell. • The successor to the DB2 started as a working prototype in 1954. • The near four-seater DB4...Read More
1960 DB4GT “Jet” Coupe. All images courtesy of Bonhams Auctions. Looking to show a Gran Turismo version of its DB4GT at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin hired Italian design firm Bertone to create such a car from the last DB4GT chassis produced in the 1960s. The task was given to a young Bertone [...]
Aston Martin fans have been kept busy with the new V8 Vantage SP10 introduced earlier this year, but it seems the older vintage models will be more desirable than the most recent creations in the market. Some precious vintage editions which gained much sp
An Aston Martin DBS was totaled today in the UK when a woman driving a pink Vauxhall Corsa lost control leaving a gas station and somehow managed to plow into the side of the Bond car. Ouch. The Aston owner described the incident toShow More Summary