The Aston Martin V12 Vantage, the hottest version of the two-seat coupe, is the latest step in the automaker’s new-model offensive for 2009.Read more
Aston Martin is keeping up its 2009 new-model offensive with the V12 Vantage, the hottest version of its two-seat coupe.Read more
British firm pulls the wraps of its stunning 2009 Le Mans challenger.Read more
The Montreal Auto Show has every car aficionado dreaming. Standard cars are obviously legion, grouping the latest and most important offerings on the market. Same story for the exotic cars occupying 7th Heaven, where Aston Martins vie for the spotlight alongside Lamborghinis, Ferraris and assorted Porsches and Maseratis.Read more
Investment Dar is in negotiations with a Saudi investor to sell 10% in the luxury carmaker Aston Martin, according to local reports.Read more
Aston Martin wins competition to design next generation Routemaster.Read more
After the launch of Aston Martin’s new 4.7 liter V8 Vantage earlier this year, the British automaker is now offering owners of the previous Vantage a choice of performance enhancing add-ons for the original 4.3 V8 engine.Read more
The Islamic investment firm that purchased half of Aston Martin from Ford Motor Co. last year is selling a stake in the British luxury sports car maker.Read more
Investment is considering offers to sell up to 20% of Aston Martin and wants to borrow up to 300m dinars (US$1bn) to refinance debt.Read more
Aston Martin’s relatively new owner is considering selling a 10-20 percent stake in the British sports car maker, according to European press reports.Read more
Kuwait’s Investment Dar said on Sunday it was considering offers to sell up to 20 percent of British carmaker Aston Martin and is seeking to borrow up to 300 million dinars ($1 billion) to refinance debt.Read more
Aston Martin could soon axe up to 600 jobs at its luxury sports car plant at Gaydon in central England.Read more
With a bit of luck, the Estoque will become Lamborghini’s best-selling model by 2012.
After years of casting around for a third model, Lamborghini has settled on what Manfred Fitzgerald, head of brand and design, rather presumptively calls “the world’s first supersedan.” The dramatic Estoque, revealed in concept form at the Paris auto show, isn’t called a four-door coupe by its makers, but it certainly would travel in the extrawide tire tracks of cars like the Porsche Panamera and the Aston Martin Rapide, both of which it would follow to market, in 2012.
Unlike everyone else who’s ever written about an Aston Martin, we promise to get through this DBS review without mentioning James Bond.Read more