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Could you see Aston Martin without James Bond?


The British luxury sports car manufacturer just unveiled – together with the cast of the next James Bond movie – their newest model – the 10-unit limited series DB10. And, just as we were treated to the news that Aston Martin is developing a limited-edition car for the 2015 James Bond movie “Spectre,” the idea of continuing a 50-year relationship between ...
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US: Lincoln pursues younger, affluent buyers with premium services and options
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US: Goldman analyst says Tesla needs $6 billion for advancements
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Tesla safe from CO2 costs hitting automakers
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