Aston Martin "might be interested" in becoming a Formula 1 engine supplier, depending on the make-up of the post-2020…
Luxury automaker could become the Red Bull team's title sponsor. Continue reading Aston Martin wants to get involved in F1 engines Aston Martin wants to get involved in F1 engines originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 18 Sep 2017 08:25:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
LONDON, Sept 17 (Reuters) - British luxury sportscar maker Aston Martin is looking to get more engaged in Formula One, chief executive Andy Palmer said on Sunday amid speculation of a title partnership with Red Bull and future engine involvement.
At this week’s launch of the new Aston Martin DB11 V8, the British luxury sports manufacturer told CarAdvice some of the changes made between it and the V12 version, were a direct result of customer feedback. Take the suspension and engine modes. Owners told the company that there could be more separation between the three […]
For the first time in nearly fifty years, there’s a V8 engine under the bonnet of an Aston Martin DB-badged car. Only, this one isn’t an in-house build – it’s sourced from AMG, the hot-rod division of Mercedes-Benz. It’s essentially the same 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 out of the Mercedes-AMG C63 S and others, though in the […]
British luxury sports car manufacturer Aston Martin has just launched a new V8 version of its new DB11 grand tourer, and while its 4.0-litre twin-turbo heart might seem like a straight lift from Mercedes-AMG, who built the engine, it’s been properly customised. This potent powertrain, which develops 375kW and 675Nm in the DB11, is actually […]
aston martin is looking back to plan its future. the british sportscar brand has officially commenced its technical tie-up with mercedes-amg, introducing the db11 v8 this week powered by the same 4.0-litre twin-turbo v8 from the amg gt. Show More Summary
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Aston Martin is just putting the final touches on its redesigned Vantage, and the next model in the automaker’s ambitious Second Century plan is a redesigned Vanquish. The new super GT is tentatively slated for a reveal late next year or early 2019, and we have the first spy shots of a test mule. Although the tester looks like the DB11, a...
Your dreams of an upmarket, V12-powered, British version of the 1996 GMC Yukon GT can be put to bed. The production version of 2015’s Aston Martin DBX Concept will not maintain the concept’s bodystyle. Production vehicles periodically trace very little back to the concept vehicles that were originally intended to act as previews. Show More Summary
Aston Martin — long an example of superb styling/design + compelling performance — isn't playing games much longer, indicating that it is now ready to heavily move into the electric space. As the title indicates, it plans to go 100% hybrid by the middle of the 2020s. Show More Summary
Another automaker is vowing to turn its entire lineup a little more green: Aston Martin told the Financial Times that it’ll offer vehicles exclusively with hybrid and electric cars by the middle of next decade. It’s not as audaciousShow More Summary
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Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer revealed this week he plans to offer a hybrid option on every model in the line-up by the middle of the next decade. And some models will offer a pure electric option, too. Palmer reckons a quarter of the range will have an electric option by the end of the next decade. By then, Aston Martin should have—at a...
TEST DRIVE: 2017 Aston Martin DB11.
By the middle of next decade, every Aston Martin will be available with either a hybrid or pure electric option, or both. The good news is that Aston Martin plans to make the technology optional rather than standard, unlike some other automakers. Audi is out testing a prototype for its next-generation Q3. The new model is shaping up to be a much...
Its CEO says one in four Aston Martins will be purely electric by 2030.
Aston Martin is the latest automaker to commit to an all-electrified line-up, following the lead of Volvo which said in July that every vehicle in its line-up will have some form of electrification by 2019. However, for a low-volume manufacturer of exotic sports cars, Aston Martin’s commitment to electrification is much more profound...