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Aston Martin built sort of a modern Ford GT90 called the DP-100 for Gran Turismo 6. It's got a mid-engined twin-turbo V12, and it's never going to happen in this form, but I still want to see those taillights on their next production vehicle, because it's awesome. Read more...
Aston Martin is probably the coolest car company in the world. It’s stunning designs, growling V-12s and relationship with everyone’s favorite British spy, give it an image of undeniable desirability. However, despite it’s icy coolness, Aston has always been a flawed company. Show More Summary
Company may not have finalized name choice for DB9 successor.
What comes after DB9? That's the big question currently surrounding Aston Martin as the British purveyor of luxury GTs prepares to replace its long-serving core model. And now we may have a clue at what the answer will be. Reports coming in from the UK indicate that Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. Show More Summary
Aston Martin is developing a new platform that will underpin all of its next-generation models, starting with the next DB9 due around 2016. There is now some debate within the company as to what name should be used for the new car. The "DB" part, the initials of David Brown, who owned and ran the company from 1947 to 1972, is expected to remain...
Aston Martin teamed up with Polyphony Digital to put the DP-100 Concept in to Gran Turismo 6. XCAR spoke to the guys behind it to find out what it means for the future of Aston Martin.
Things aren’t looking so good for Aston Martin’s future if the automaker fails to get an exemption from the U.S. government’s crash test standards regarding its DB9 and Vantage models. More specifically, both models fail to comply with...Show More Summary
If there's anything in this world worth keeping, it's an Aston Martin. Unfortunately, the lovely men and women that make laws regarding automobile safety don't agree, and unless Aston does something drastic, the manufacturer could close its doors indefinitely. Read more...
Increasingly-strict crash-test standards have kept several desirable cars away from U.S. shores, and now a top Aston Martin dealer says the British carmaker's wares could be among them. Certain versions of both the Aston Martin DB9 and Vantage won't meet new standards that take effect in September 2015, although the company has asked for...
There are any number of factors that are making it increasingly difficult for a small-scale, independent automaker like Aston Martin to stay competitive in today's automotive marketplace, from purchasing power to R&D capacity. But the...Show More Summary
Should you desire an Aston Martin in the near future, you may need to make your purchase sooner than later if the automaker fails to live up to the federal government’s newest expectations. Bloomberg reports Aston Martin stores willShow More Summary
The virtual car from Aston Martin came to life in Pebble Beach this weekend.
Remember when Kobe Bryant "jumped over" an Aston Martin back in 2008? We all know that the Black Mamba didn’t actually do it. Neither did stunt man Damion Poitier when he was enlisted by Sports Science to do the same thing in 2009. So it’s safe to say that jumping over a car is an impossible and dangerous task. Show More Summary
Even surrounded by glamorous people and a plethora of extremely exotic vehicles on the lawn of the Quail, the Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Roadster sticks out as something just a little bit more special. Under the Monterey sun all of the carbon fiber on the hood and in the air dam pops out from the shining ruby red paint. Show More Summary
Dealers claim crashworthiness standards will prevent them from selling current models.
The current Aston Martin Rapide S is a properly fast luxury four-seater. It's got the looks, the V12, enough leather to shock any vegan and a $200,000 list price. Yet nobody will buy it. Read more...
XCAR spent some time with the Aston Martin Rapide S, to find out whether adding more doors to an Aston ruined a good thing.