Kahn Design will show off its version of the Aston Martin DB9 at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Continue Reading...
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Aston Martin is bringing quite a fleet of interesting vehicles to the Pebble Beach Concours this year including the new DB9 GT, DBX concept, Lagonda sedan and the Vulcan race car. Continue Reading...
Sexy new grand tourer puts out 540 HP from a 6.0L V12 Continue Reading...
New spy photos of Aston Martin’s next generation coupe crossed paths with our spy photographers once again. Continue Reading...
Various Aston Martin models are being recalled for faulty seat heaters. Continue Reading...
Bosch Engineering and Aston Martin have teamed up to build a plug-in hybrid variant of the British automaker’s DB9 sports car. Continue Reading...
As expected, Aston Martin has replaced its outgoing Virage model with a new-generation DB9. The 2013 Aston Martin DB9 will feature an updated 6.0-liter V12 engine with 510-hp and 457 lb-ft of torque. Continue Reading...
Undoubtedly, the big news coming from Aston Martin this year will be the release of its new Vanquish model this fall. The British automaker plans to add some of its Vanquish technology to other models, but no real big changes will come from its lineup for the 2013 model year. Continue Reading...
Rumors about a new Aston Martin are flying around the internet after word that a new car from the brand will have 550 hp. Continue Reading...
Aston Martin is planning to introduce an all-new DB9 model in 2013 or possibly 2014, with a new look, updated engine and reduced weight. The underlying structure of the car won’t be all-new, however, with Aston recently scrapping a plan to develop all-new chassis – instead opting for a significant refresh to the current lineup…. Continue Reading...
As reported in Autosport Magazine, the two Nissan teams competing in the new FIA GT1 World Championship have threatened to boycott the next round and to launch a protest unless the weight penalty heaped on the GT-R ahead of the Abu Dhabi series opener is removed. The first race of the season took place last weekend… Continue Reading...