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18 July, Gaydon, UK: The inaugural ‘Evening with Aston Martin’ sale curated by renowned auction house RM Sotheby’s promises to be an event to remember next month as an exceptional list of some of the most significant Aston Martin models goes under the hammer.
Saturday 13 July 2019, Silverstone, UK: Aston Martin Valkyrie has broken cover after making its dynamic public debut in front of an enthusiastic crowd ahead of the 2019 British Grand Prix.
Piloted by Aston Martin High Performance Test Driver Chris Goodwin, the 1,160bhp machine, took to Silverstone’s world-famous Grand Prix circuit for its first public demonstration run. With the focus not on outright lap time, today’s showcase offers a glimpse of what is to come from this extraordinary hypercar.
11 July 2019, Silverstone, UK: One of the most enduring movie partnerships will be in the spotlight this weekend when Aston Martin Lagonda and EON Productions, the company that produces the James Bond films, celebrate the 1,007th Formula 1 Grand Prix, which takes place at Silverstone.
The British Grand Prix is the home race for the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing team, so it is fitting that the race falls on a number forever associated with James Bond.
Tuesday 9 July, Gaydon: Aston Martin has delivered a further glimpse of the final production intent exterior of its upcoming DBS GT Zagato model. Paired with the DB4 GT Zagato Continuation to complete the DBZ Centenary Collection – of which only 19 will be created and are priced at £6m for the pair – these latest renders provide a fresh look at some of the model’s key design features.
04 July 2019, Goodwood: Founded on a love for motorsport, Aston Martin’s racing history is as old as the company itself. In 2019, the marque celebrates two significant anniversaries – 60 years since its iconic 1-2 win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and 70 years since the company first raced at the Goodwood Motor Circuit. It is fitting then that the Central Feature at Festival of Speed this year celebrates the famous British marque and even more poignantly, the brand’s long-term love affair with motorsport.
Having redesigned the DB9, which changed its name to the DB11, and the Vantage, Aston Martin now introduced a replacement for the Vanquish S. Much like the DB9, the Vanquish name was retired and replaced by a badge that goes back to the late 1960s. Meet the DBS Superleggera, the company’s new flagship grand tourer.
Just weeks after posting pre-tax profits of £2.8 million (about $3.71 million) based on strong demand for the DB11 V8 and Volante models, Aston Martin continues its product onslaught with an all-new flagship: the 2019 DBS Superleggera, a $304,995 Super GT replacing the highly successful Vanquish S.
There’s a crackling rush from the 2019 Aston Martin DB11 AMR’s 630-hp V-12 engine as it hurtles from corner to corner like a glossy, art-deco bullet.
The new Aston Martin DB11 is so freshly rebooted they're still a rarity on the roads, and yet that hasn't stopped the company from iterating quickly to fill the many niches its previous generation occupied.
With a potent combination of looks, chassis dynamics, ear thrills, usability, and charisma, it is the finest convertible Aston Martin has ever built, and is the most satisfying car in its lineup
Aston's new droptop lets the sun shine in but keeps the bluster at bay
Rarely does a fabric-roofed convertible look as good as the coupe it’s based on, let alone drive equally well. But the Aston Martin DB11 Volante proves the exception.
Group upgrades full-year profit guidance as retail volumes rise 58% to more than 5,100.
18 January 2018, Gaydon: Aston Martin today revealed the initial offering of ‘Art of Living by Aston Martin’ experiences for 2018. These exclusive experiences will offer unparalleled access to guests who would like to live life the Aston Martin way.
An evocative name for a magnificent bloodline of thoroughbred sports cars. For seven decades the heartbeat of Aston Martin’s purest models, the Vantage nameplate has been worn by some true icons. First used in 1951 on a high-output engine option for the DB2, Vantage was quickly established as a model in its own right. Highlights include the William Towns-designed V8 Vantage, spectacular twin-supercharged V600 Le Mans and the much-loved V8 Vantage. Today this formidable sporting dynasty is poised to hit new heights with the introduction of the new Vantage.
Aston Martin and Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills announced today that guests who book the new “Live Aston Martin” suite package before March 31 will receive exclusive access to drive an Aston Martin through the streets of Beverly Hills. Offered to guests for a limited time, the activation also features an Aston Martin DB11 display vehicle at the Beverly Hills property and a pop-up retail store.
19 May 2017, Gaydon: Aston Martin today announces the start of a new long-term partnership with Tom Brady, record-breaking National Football League star and one of the most renowned and respected athletes of all time.
The new Aston Martin Vantage has made its global debut with a unique portfolio of imagery and film by Rankin, one of the most influential photographers of our generation. The London-based photographer has been at the forefront of commercial and editorial innovation since he co-founded the magazine Dazed and Confused in 1992, bringing a unique aesthetic to fashion shoots and portraiture.
The new entry-level Aston looks awesome.
Few auto companies manage to produce such consistently good-looking cars as does Aston Martin. Barring the strange decision that was the Cygnet (a Scion iQ minicar with an Aston grille), it is becoming increasingly hard to remember the last time the British sports-car specialist turned out something that wasn’t either handsome or gorgeous. It’s a streak that the new Vantage, set to go on sale early next year, definitely isn’t going to break.
This is our dedicated sports car. It’s simple, pure energy, it’s a hunter. It has a flick in the tail and the lowest nose we’ve ever produced. If the DB11 is a samurai sword, this is a scalpel.”
That’s design director Marek Reichman giving us a hands-on intro to the new Aston Martin Vantage. He’s fully spooled up now, arms flying everywhere, his language getting more design-speak by the second. I’ve pressed the pause button here, on his sword/scalpel analogy, not to point and laugh at some marketing guff, but because in truth it’s rather key.
First cars in special 25 car run, reviving classic DB4 GT racer, are now being completed at Aston's Newport Pagnell base.
Aston Martin could target new Tesla Roadster with lightweight, pure-electric sports car, and our exclusive images preview how it could look.
Only 25 track-day Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro hypercars to be produced, with deliveries set to begin in 2020.
Only 175 Vanquish S Ultimate models will be produced, as Aston Martin waves goodbye to the second-generation GT.
In collaboration with Trident Submarines, Aston Martin unveils a limited edition underwater submersible.
Aston Martin's plan to go electric will see a quarter of its range transformed into full EVs by 2030, but petrol power will remain for now.
Aston Martin DBR1 sells for $22.5 million at auction to officially become the most expensive British car ever.
Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing’s dramatic Valkyrie hypercar is detailed in new shots ahead of 2019 release date.
Aston Martin confirms new all-electric version of its luxury coupe is on the way in 2019.
Aston Martin is heading into Ferrari's heartland with a new mid-engined supercar due in 2020.
Aston's DBX crossover coupe is set to launch next year, and production lines are being assembled at St. Athans facility.
Aston Martin is making waves with its £1m-plus AM37 boat, but this isn’t just brand exploitation; it’s a luxury supercar for the seas.
Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer says brand’s next seven cars are “crystal clear” – but affordable Boxster rival isn’t on the cards.
Gaydon, Warwickshire 6 April 2010. Aston Martin will return to the starting grid of the legendary Nordschleife circuit for the fifth consecutive year at the 38th ADAC Nurburgring 24-hour race on 15/16 May 2010 with the marque's new four-door sports car; the Rapide... Learn More
Park Place LTD is proud to be hosting this 1958 Aston Martin DB MK III at our Park Place Aston Martin showroom here on-site. On loan to us from local car enthusiast Joe Clark...Learn More
Aston Martin Lagonda (“Aston Martin”) is pleased to announce that Aston Martin will appoint Andrew Palmer as its new Chief Executive Officer to lead the company in its next phase of technology and product creation. Dr Palmer, 51, will join Aston Martin from Nissan Motor Corporation where he served as Chief Planning Officer. Palmer will assume operational responsibility for all aspects of the business... Learn More
In late May or perhaps early June, a new driver-focused Aston Martin goes on sale in the U.S. Aston says this new V8 Vantage S, in both Coupe and Roadster versions, bridges the performance gap between the standard V8 Vantage and the GT4 race car, which won its class at the Nurburgring 24 and at the Spa 24 Hours... Learn More
Aston Martin's newest flagship trades a stiff upper lip for a sexier bod and a gutsier soul. Learn More
Aston's Stirring New Supercar Leaves Us All Shaken Up. Learn More
If you needed more proof that endurance racing, and not Formula Un, is where the real innovation lies, check this out: Aston Martin will field the first hydrogen-powered race car to compete in the 24 Hours of Nürburgring. Learn More
A Bang & Olufseh sound system fills the room with an instrumental composed specifically
for the occasion... Learn More
Don't get me wrong; I love Astons. They're beautiful pieces of coach-building, featuring
stunning exterior styling, flawless interior refinement, and hypnotic engine notes... Learn More
First off, your humble servant is not James Bond. That's no Jaeger-Le Coultre Reverso
(the watch from which the V8 Vantage Roadster draws its design inspiration) on the
left wrist. There's no defibrillator in the glovebox... Learn More
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