Showing posts in the category of Aston Martin

Regular Car Reviews Treats Aston Martin Vantage in its Typical NSFW Fashion


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While the Aston Martin Vantage roadster is by no means “a regular car,” it was the subject of one of the latest Regular Car Reviews videos.

As you’ve probably come to expect by now, the video is less about the car and more about the social stigma associated with driving it, or, in this case, the apparent lack thereof…

Scoop: New AMG-Powered Aston Martin or Another Edition of the Vantage?


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Our spies spotted this Aston Martin V12 Vantage S-based mule running around the 'Ring; the problem is, we don't know what we're looking at yet.

Aston Martin Has No Plans for an SUV at This Point


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There has been a lot of talk about Aston Martin’s plans to build an SUV after the automaker unveiled the Lagonda Concept at the 2009 Geneva Auto Show.

Rumors have picked up even more traction after the British company announced a technical partnership with Daimler AG, with many media outlets talking about a Mercedes GL-based SUV from Aston Martin.

Daimler Has No Plans To Buy Up Aston Martin


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Mercedes-Benz and Aston Martin may be partners, but comments by the Daimler CEO suggests the relationship isn't going to get more serious anytime soon.

Aston Martin Could Really Use Some New Models


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In recent years, Aston Martin’s presence at motor shows has been quite a repetitive exercise, as the company has been unable to launch new models without the backing of a major automaker.

Aston Martin Drops New Photos of Lagonda Saloon


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Aston Martin has removed the very last bits of camouflage on its all-new Lagonda luxury saloon sharing the first official photos of the final production model.

S-Badged Drop Tops: Porsche 911 Turbo S vs Aston Martin V12 Vantage S


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The Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Roadster and the Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabrio could not be more different. They are two answers to the same basic question, but their approaches and style of execution are so vastly different that you would most likely not cross-shop between them.

Aston Martin Vanquish Carbon Special Editions Unveiled


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Following the teaser video released earlier this month, Aston Martin has officially lifted the veils off the Vanquish Carbon special edition versions which will debut at the Paris Auto Show.

Aston Martin's New Lagonda El-Camino-ized


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Come hell or high water, no matter how many petrol-dollars some oil-rich Sheikh flashes at Aston Martin's brass, an official Lagonda pickup truck will never happen. At least that's what the reasonable part of my head is saying.

Aston Martin Gives Vanquish the Carbon Edition Treatment


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After the Aston Martin DB9 Carbon Black and Carbon White editions released at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, the Vanquish gets a similar treatment for the Paris Auto Show.

Gold-Plated Aston Martin 1:3 Scale Model Expected to Fetch at least £40,000 at Online Auction


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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Goldfinger, the first James Bond film to feature the Aston Martin DB5, Bond film creators have have commissioned a one-off gold-plated third scale replica.

How About an Aston Martin Lagonda Shooting Brake?


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Shooting Brake-style cars are  gaining momentum to the point that some brands are giving them a go in more mainstream categories like Mercedes-Benz and its upcoming CLA Shooting Brake.

Aston Martin Shows New Lagonda Sedan 30+ Photos


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Aston Martin's resurrected Lagonda saloon will be available exclusively in the Middle East, but the British firm wants everyone to know about it, dropping more than 30 official photos of the development prototype.

Zagato Reveals Aston Martin Virage Shooting Brake


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There’s just something utterly unique about Zagato designs; they exude a certain something that sets the Atelier apart from design houses / coach builders.

Aston Martin's U.S. Dealers in Danger of Closing without Safety Exemption for DB9 and Vantage


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Aston Martin may receive a big blow in one of its most important markets, the United States, if federal regulators don’t exempt the brand from safety rules.

Andy Palmer Actually Proposed Buying a Stake in Aston Martin for Nissan


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Andy Palmer was a familiar face firmly associated Nissan, where he was second in command after Carlos Ghosn.

Former Nissan Planning Boss Is Aston Martin’s New CEO


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Andy Palmer quit his job as Chief Planning Officer for Nissan Motor Corporation to become Aston Martin’s new Chief Executive Officer, the British sports car manufacturer announced.

First Real Life Shots of New Aston Martin Lagonda


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With the help of Oman Air, Aston Martin flew a pre-production version of its upcoming Lagonda over to Oman in the Middle East, affording us a first real-life look at the exotic-saloon.

Daimler Rumored to be Considering Full Takeover of Aston Martin, MV Agusta


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The cooperation agreement between Daimler AG and Aston Martin is well-known, with the parent company of Mercedes-Benz recently increasing its stake in the British sports car manufacturer to 5 percent.

Aston Martin Trademarks the Names DB10 through DB14


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While current Aston Martins are cool and all, with their unmatched style and presence, they are not the best to drive, or especially good at anything else other than making their owner feel like a million bucks.