one of the architects of red bull's success is changing the way aston martin design cars. newey, currently red bull racing's chief technical officer, has designed 10 world championship winning cars for williams, mclaren and red bull during his career. Show More Summary
Australian pricing for the 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish S has been announced this week, with first deliveries of the company’s flagship sports car to arrive next month. Starting at $489,950 excluding on-road costs, the Vanquish S kicks off around $4000 more than the model it replaces, while being nearly $13,000 cheaper than the outgoing Vanquish Carbon Edition. Headlining the […]
In 2019 it will go up against the Aston Martin Valkyrie and Mercedes-AMG Project One.
Around since 2005, the current-generation Aston Martin Vantage might seem a bit long in the tooth, but it’s still one of the finest luxury grand tourers you can buy. Updated over the years and offered in numerous limited-edition models, the Vantage will definitely be missed when a new generation comes around. Show More Summary
Aston Martin has revealed its plans for a new model onslaught, with the company to have 7 new models by 2020. Speaking to media at the opening of the company’s new Zagame dealership in Richmond, Melbourne, Aston Martin’s CEO, Andy Palmer detailed the product strategy that will see at least one new model every year […]
Developed as a spiritual successor to the iconic Lagonda, the Rapide was launched in 2010 and became the company’s first four-door in two decades. Updated to "S" specification in 2013, when it also received an upgraded V-12 engine, the...Show More Summary
It was at the 2009 Frankfurt auto show that Aston Martin launched its current Rapide. The stylish super sedan has only been offered with a V-12 ever since, but from 2018 it will only be offered with an electric powertrain. The information was confirmed to Motoring by Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer. The electric Rapide was previewed in concept form...
We’re all used to driving curvaceous V12 sedans, right? Now, how would you react to news that your luxury automaker of choice planned to strip all fossil fuel-related hardware from it just to satisfy some squares with exceptionally strong...Show More Summary
The gas-sucking, V12-powered Aston Martin Rapide is dead. Well, sort of. Read more...
The Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari LaFerrari, and McLaren P1 all ushered in a new era of hypercars when they made their debuts a few years ago. Since then, Mercedes-Benz and Aston Martin have joined in on the fun with their own 1,000-horsepower machines. Show More Summary
Pebble Beach, here it comes...eventually
From CNET Magazine: See how skilled workers and advanced robotics come together to produce the stunning, new high-performance supercar from the iconic British brand.
Andy Palmer, CEO of Aston Martin, has publicly revealed some of the company’s possible expansion plans. In an interview with Car and Driver, Palmer said, “The reason we’re doing [the Valkyrie] is to create a halo car, but also to create DNA for a mid-engined sports-car range”. If the boss gets his way, the Valkyrie […]
Aston might license tech from another company, however.
Andy Palmer suggests the brand could support up to three models.