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By land or by sea, Mr Bond? Double-o-Seven wannabes looking to make a cool and clean getaway just got another option: Aston Martin's first foray into the luxury yacht market niche. The AM37 is scheduled to go on sail, er, sale in 2016 and have no doubt, it will leave purchasers shaken AND stirred.
James Bond's next Aston Martin may one day be a hybrid. Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer recently outlined the possibility for future hybrid models to Autocar at the 2015 Nürburgring 24 Hour race, a major endurance race held at the legendary...Show More Summary
Aston Martin has announced that a German collector by the name of Markus Storck has commissioned a series of seven bespoke Vanquish sports cars for himself and presumably six of his friends. The automaker says that Storck, the founder of bicycle manufacturer Storck Bikes, has taken delivery of the first example and that the six other cars in the...
Faced with the decision to either downsize its V8 and V12 engines on the one hand, or introduce electric propulsion into its lineup on the other, Aston Martin would apparently rather go electric. Continue reading Aston Martin valuesShow More Summary
Chief executive Andy Palmer envisions a 1000-horsepower "silent Rapide" with all-wheel drive.
Sure, you drive a Volvo and not an Aston Martin, but that doesn't mean you can't pretend to be a charming spy who controls his car with a high-tech watch. Volvo will soon release its On Call app for Android Wear devices and the Apple Watch, after all, and it comes with all the features its predecessors for tablets and smartphones have. Show More Summary
Season six of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee premieres on June 3. The recently released trailer provides a hint at some of what's coming, including a Lamborghini Countach, Aston Martin DB5, Ferrari 308, and more. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jim Carrey are appearing as guests. Show More Summary
It’s a common misconception that in the automotive world, entropy follows depreciation and vice versa. Sometimes, as is the case with this gorgeous Aston Martin DB9 Volante, well-preserved things can fall right into your lap, being just as desirable as when they were new. Except you’re paying a fraction of the original price. Win. Read more...
It's been a big year for Kahn Design. The British tuning shop has been making headlines over and over, thanks to projects like the Land Rover Defender 6x6. Its latest two designs aren't quite as extreme as that Geneva-debuted six-wheeler, but they're quite interesting in their own right. Show More Summary
Few sedans are as alluring as the Aston Martin Rapide S (astonmartin.com), and considering the car’s looks, agility, and speed, it is no wonder that the company’s designers insist on calling it a four-door sports car instead of a sedan. Show More Summary
There's nothing like the Gumball 3000. The inter-continental sprint popular with the racers, rappers, rock stars, and ridiculously rich dudes is without a doubt, the most glamorous rally in the world. And given that the starting grid is stacked with hardware like the Rebellion R2K and McLaren P1s, it's also one of the only places in the world...
Last month, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer said that building a plant in Alabama “would make sense.” But now he just doubled down, telling the Automotive News that Heart of Dixie would actually be an “obvious choice.” Hold onto your hats, because one of these days we’re going to see an Alabama Aston. Read more...
The DB5 may be one of the most popular Aston Martins, due to its career as James Bond’s personal car, but its predecessor, the DB4, is nothing to sneeze at. It was one of the most beautiful grand tourers back in its heyday and it has evolved into a sought-after classic that commands impressive sums at auctions. Show More Summary
Aston Martin has been spotted once again testing a prototype for the successor to the long-serving DB9, expected to be dubbed DB11, at the Nürburgring. Continue reading Aston Martin DB11 gets back to work at the Nurburgring Aston Martin DB11 gets back to work at the Nurburgring originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 20 May 2015 15:45:00 EST. Show More Summary
All the major high-end automakers out there want you to think supercar ownership is a magical, wondrous thing. The advertisements would have us believe that throwing down over six figures for a four-wheeled hero means every drive will...Show More Summary
Aston Martin is not a company that is typically known for its prewar cars. It enjoyed some motorsports success, but nothing like that of Alfa Romeo or Bugatti, and neither could it match the engineering prowess and niche-defining luxury of Cadillac. Show More Summary
With a healthy injection of cash, Aston Martin is working at a feverish pace to update its lineup. A new crossover has already been confirmed, but the next new model we’re likely to see from the British automaker is the 2017 Aston Martin DB11 – a high-performance grand touring coupe to replace the long-in-the-tooth DB9. Show More Summary
It emerged last month that Aston Martin was looking to add a second plant in preparation for several new models due out in the coming years and the extra capacity they’ll require. A possible location for the new plant was said to be here in the U.S., though Aston Martin could just as easily convert a former Jaguar plant back in the U.K. or...
CarAdvice’s spy photographers have snapped the most revealing shots to date of the successor to the DB9, believed to be called the Aston Martin DB11. The camouflaged black prototype is seen here circling the streets outside the Nurburgring in Germany, where much of the car’s dynamic and high-speed development testing is being completed. As with [...]