No less than five new Aston Martin models will follow on the heels of the all-new DB11 by the end of the decade, cure among them included being a new generation Vantage, the crossover and an electric vehicle.
Aston Martin has just revealed the DB11 but the British manufacturer is not resting on its laurels as within just four years it will present at least five all-new models – across three separate model lines. The end strategy for Aston Martin is to produce more than 7,000 units each year before the end of the decade. The DB11 that was unveiled during the Geneva Motor Show in March will be followed in 2017 by an all new generation of the Vantage sports model that will be taking numerous cues from the DB10 bespoke vehicle made specifically for the James Bond film Spectre. Afterwards we will be seeing the British manufacturer take the wraps off the new Vanquish in 2018 – and both vehicles will be using specific versions of the architecture that underpins the DB11, which is going to be used across the core sports and GT model lines.
By 2020, Aston Martin will also be offering new models that were never offered – the DBX crossover and an all new Lagonda luxury limousine. Aside from these models, which will be part of the regular lineup, each year Aston Martin will be releasing two “special” models – most recently this roster was consistent of the Vulcan hypercar and hardcore Vantage GT12. The first all-electric Aston Martin will be the version based on the Rapide, coming out in 2018 as well.