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Located in Gaydon, England, the name Aston Martin is derived from the name of one of the company's founders and the Aston Hill speed hillclimb near Aston Clinton in Buckinghamshire. A manufacturer of luxury sports cars, Aston Martin was founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford. The first project to be named Aston Martin was created by Martin fitting a four-cylinder Coventry-Simplex engine to the chassis of a 1908 Isotta-Fraschini. The company has come quite a way since then.

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2014 Aston Martin Vanquish Review - Video

Aston Martin turns to aerospace materials and builds a car that files. The Vanquish gives Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner a run for its money, both vehicles are constructed of carbon fiber and aluminum and they both can get airborne.

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2011 Aston Martin Rapide

2011 Aston Martin Rapide

A 4-door sports car, the Rapide is, first and foremost, a luxury machine, with a serious price tag for those who put being unique at the top of their shopping list.
2009 Aston Martin DBS

2009 Aston Martin DBS

Thanks to engineering that is now on par with design, the most beautiful car on the planet is also a serious performance machine.

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2009 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster

2009 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster

Thanks to a significantly more powerful engine, the V8 Vantage Roadster now performs more like it costs, but is that enough to justify the British sportscar’s asking price?

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Aston Martin Vantage GT to Debut in NY with $99K Price

Aston Martin Vantage GT to Debut in NY with $99K Price
The 2014 New York Auto Show starts tomorrow, and Aston Martin has dropped the veil on its plans one day early. The English brand is bringing two new cars to the show this year, the DB9 Carbon Edition and the Vantage GT. The more important of the two cars is surely the Vantage GT, but... more

Top 10 Most Powerful Sedans

Top 10 Most Powerful Sedans
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... more

Aston Martin SUV Deal With Daimler Draws Closer

Aston Martin SUV Deal With Daimler Draws Closer
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.  The British luxury car builder already plans to borrow V8 engines from Mercedes’ AMG branch, but the cooperation could expand further. Previous reports also suggested that Daimler would... more

Future Aston Martin Sports Cars Might be Mercedes-Based

Future Aston Martin Sports Cars Might be Mercedes-Based
  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. Mercedes-Benz’s MSA platform could play a key role in Aston Martin’s future sports cars. The MSA’s versatility would allow Aston Martin to adjust the length, width, height, wheelbase and... more

Aston Martin Launches Winter Driving Program

Aston Martin Launches Winter Driving Program
There is a new way for Aston Martin owners to enjoy their cars, and it involves a race track, but no asphalt. The British automaker has designed a series of ice-driving courses in Crested Butte, Colorado where customers are invited to hone their driving skills. There is a braking/cornering exercise loop, a slalom, a large skid pad... more

Mercedes Rumored to be Considering Aston Martin Buyout

Mercedes Rumored to be Considering Aston Martin Buyout
German automaker Mercedes-Benz may be expanding its portfolio to include James Bond’s favorite car company. Rumor has it that Mercedes is considering an Aston Martin buyout, a company which it already owns five percent of. Currently, the two automakers are in a relationship to co-develop V8 engines, one of which will power the next-generation Vantage.... more