Aston Martin’s fastest accelerating convertible ever has made its debut at Pebble Beach.
This British luxury brand formed in 1913, and is known for luxury sports cars. One of the definitive English brands. Classic models include the DB4 and Vantage. New models to watch for are the Vantage and V12 Zagato.
Aston Martin dealerships may begin to close down if the brand can’t get an exemption from new crash test standards.
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A new collection of bespoke Aston Martin vehicles will be on display at this year’s Pebble Beach Automotive Week, but you can see them here first.
Daimler is expanding its stake in Aston Martin as a part of the previously announced for AMG to provide engines to the British exotic car builder.
The 2015 Aston Martin Vanquish, Vanquish Volante and Rapide S are getting upgrades that will improve acceleration, fuel economy and top speed “significantly” according to the company.
Aston Martin will debut its “most potent, fastest, fastest accelerating” convertible ever later this month at Pebble Beach.
It’s hard to beat the noises a well-designed, high-performance engine makes; experiencing this is of life’s great pleasures, especially when it isn’t adulterated by restrictive exhaust systems or synthesized bullshit piped through a vehicle’s speakers.
Aston Martin has announced the return of the Lagonda nameplate with a new limited edition super saloon, but there’s a catch.
Sports car fanatics were glued to AutoGuide.com‘s YouTube channel this past week. Those looking for a practical, yet fun and sporty hatchback flocked to our Honda Civic Si coupe track review while other shoppers compared the Ford Focus ST to the Subaru BRZ. Luxury shoppers wanted to see if the Aston Martin Vanquish Volante lives up…
Aston Martin just revealed its new V12 Vantage S Roadster, a car that it bills as its “most potent, fastest, fastest accelerating” convertible ever.
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If Aston Martin’s wild new DP-100 concept looks a bit unrealistic, that’s because it is.
The latest Gran Turismo Vision Concept is on its way from a high-end sports car builder: Aston Martin.
After previewing the Aston Martin Lagonda concept as an SUV, it appears the British automaker has decided to go a different route with the nameplate.
As Aston Martin busies itself developing a new platform to literally underpin its vehicles and figuratively support its future, the lifeline for its four-door model might be coming to a close.
Aston Martin is going to lose an awful lot of money in the future, but the company says that’s OK because it expects to earn each of those pounds back and then some.
Despite a partnership with AMG for V8 engines, the Aston Martin V12 will live on.
Aston Martin will pour the largest investment in its history into developing a new sports car platform.
Rumors of Mercedes-Benz buying out Aston Martin or even sharing platforms can be put to rest, for now.
The 2014 New York Auto Show starts tomorrow, and Aston Martin has dropped the veil on its plans one day early.
Having four doors doesn’t have to mean driving responsibly. There are dozens of high-powered luxury sedans available in today’s marketplace, most of which boast over 500 hp. So if you’re a horsepower junkie with a hunger for performance, but constrained by having to purchase a sedan for your family’s needs – or maybe you just…
Aston Martin’s plans for an SUV in the future might end up relying on a Mercedes-Benz platform, but the final decision has yet to be passed down.
Aston Martin might lean on Mercedes-Benz for more than an SUV platform. The German brand might also lend its sports car underpinnings in the future.