As Aston Martin celebrates its 100th anniversary, the British automaker has announced a tour through Europe that will have new and old models on display.
The oldest model that Aston Martin will be showing off through Europe is a 1921 A3, which is one of three prototypes Aston Martin created after the first World War. Other highlights mentioned by the automaker include an original 1963 DB5 and a brand new Vanquish from this year.
The tour will stop at 19 Aston Martin dealerships in eight countries and will be on display in showrooms as well as take part in exclusive customer events. View the schedule for the Aston Martin Europe Centenary Tour below.
April 25th, Luxembourg
April 26th, Hilversum, The Netherlands
April 30th, Bremen, Germany
May 3rd, Dresden, Germany
May 6th, Vienna, Austria
May 7th, Salzburg, Austria
May 8th, Munich, Germany
May 13th, Memmingen, Germany
May 16th, Milan, Italy
May 17th, Cadenazzo, Switzerland
May 19th – May 21st, Nürburgring 24 Hours, Germany
May 23rd, Stuttgart, Germany
May 24th, Düsseldorf, Germany
May 29th, Kronberg, Germany
June 1st, Safenwil, Switzerland
June 6th, Monaco
June 11th, Lyon, France
June 12th, Bordeaux, France
June 13th, Paris, France
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