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It’s official – Aston Martin confirms new platform


Aston Martin has announced its plans to introduce a new platform soon which will be adopted by the company’s future models. Thirteen years ago, Aston Martin has introduced the original V12 Vanquish and its underlying platform is still around, underpinning every model the company is producing or has produced since then, except for the Cygnet or the One-77 supercar. But time ...
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Aston Martin in talks with Mercedes for new luxury SUV
Aston Martin, the maker of ultra-luxurious vehicles is holding talks with Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz for a new luxury SUV, Bloomberg News reports citing people close to discussions. Looks like the upcoming SUV ...
Aston Martin V12 Zagato for sale
A very rare Aston Martin V12 Zagato is currently being offered for sale as the model in question has a price of 649,950 USD. If you have done pretty well with ...
Aston Martin plans new model for 2016 – most likely the long waited SUV
Aston Martin plans to launch a new model by 2016 – 2017, chief financial officer Hanno Kirner said during an interview with Financial Times. The executive did not provided any more ...
Mercedes Benz Has Big Plans with Aston Martin – might acquire the entire company
Daimler's Mercedes-Benz, which owns 5 percent of the British luxury automaker Aston Martin, might acquire the entire company. It seems that German automaker Mercedes-Benz is not satisfied with only 5 percent ...
2014 Geneva Motor Show LIVE: Aston Martin Vantage N430&Q
The Brits from Aston Martin didn’t come up with something entirely new, which is always kind of hard when you’re a rather exotic manufacturer. Still, we can feast our eyes ...
Aston Martin V8 Vantage and DB9 special editions announced for Geneva
Aston Martin has recently announced its plans of introducing a trio of V8 Vantage and DB9 special editions this year, during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. According to the British based ...
Recall roundup: Several Aston Martin vehicles
The British based automaker Aston Martin has recently announced a recall for several of its models because of a problem with the accelerator pedals. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety ...
Aston Martin planning Lagonda revival
The British based automaker Aston Martin is planning to revive the Lagonda nameplate, which is believed to become a luxury SUV. The revival of the Aston Martin Lagonda is just around ...
Frankfurt Motor Show LIVE: Aston Martin
The British brand has chosen the 2013 IAA as their host for the launch of the “Q by Aston Martin” personalization service, which the company says it “goes beyond the ...

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