Showing posts in the category of Aston Martin

Aston Martin Teases Vantage GT3, its Most Extreme Road Car Ever


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The Aston Martin V8 Vantage N430 (called GT in the US) is currently the closest thing to a racing car in the company’s Vantage lineup, but that is about to change soon.

15-Year Old Russian Boy Buys, Crashes Aston Martin!


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An unlicensed 15-year old Russian boy got into an accident while driving an Aston Martin that he had purchased just three days ago.

Coldfinger: Aston Martin on Ice to Take Place in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains


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After Lamborghini with its Winter Academia in Aspen, Aston Martin announced its own driving program, labeled 'Aston Martin on Ice', which will take place early next year in Colorado.

James Bond's New Aston Martin DB10 Fires Up its V8


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If anything, James Bond's upcoming Hollywood blockbuster "Spectre" has our full automotive attention for 007's new Aston Martin DB10.

Aston Martin Reportedly Raising Money to Build New Models, Including SUVs and Hybrids


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It’s not exactly a secret that Aston Martin doesn’t have a solid financial situation at the moment, but it appears the company is now preparing to raise funds to expand its range of models.

It's Good to Be Bad: Bond Villain May Drive Jaguar C-X75 in Spectre


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I don’t know about you, but I think the actor/stunt playing the villain in the next James Bond movie is going to have more fun than 007 himself, at least during car chasing scenes.

A View to a Steal: Nine Cars for New Bond Movie Stolen in Germany


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Last week, director Sam Mendes announced the casting for the next James Bond movie, “Spectre”, and Aston Martin unveiled the DB10, the car the world’s most famous (albeit fictional) spy will drive in the film.

Aston Martin Works Celebrates 60th Ann. With Six Vanquish Models


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This year marks the 60th anniversary of Aston Martin’s Works division. To celebrate this milestone, the British luxury brand is launching six limited edition models, all based on the Vanquish.

Rendering Takes a Little off the Top of Aston Martin’s DB10


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While it may not be more than a movie prop for Daniel Craig' stunt double to crash, the Aston Martin DB10 is a looker.

It continues the tradition of beautiful coupes and we’d not mind if it really previewed the DB9’s replacement – the rendering posted here shows what it would look like in Volante trim, with a retractable soft top.

Aston Martin DB10 Is Actually a Rebodied V8 Vantage


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The Aston Martin DB10 Bond car is not all-new, at least beneath the skin. The DB10 is not based on the new platform Aston Martin is developing for future generations of cars. Instead it uses the existing VH (vertical/horizontal) architecture and is powered by a 4.7-liter V8 engine, also used in the V8 Vantage.

Aston Martin Unveils DB10 Built Exclusively for New James Bond Movie "Spectre"


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Aston Martin has unveiled the DB10 during the 24th James Bond movie announcement today at Pinewood Studios in London. The DB10 will star in the new movie called Spectre, an acronym for “SPecial Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion” - a reference to the global terrorist organization from Ian Fleming’s James Bond novels.

Buy An Aston Martin Lagonda – It’s An Investment Say Specialists


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The classic Aston Martin Lagonda, built between 1976 – 1990, is still as striking to look at today as it was back in the day. Only 645 were ever made, and they never really tickled classic car lovers fancy up until a few years ago when values started going up.

Aston Martin Lagonda Sedan May Arrive in Other Markets


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When Aston Martin first announced the Lagonda sedan, it said it was exclusively made for markets in the Middle East. However, the automaker’s new CEO Andy Palmer may have a different opinion.

Aston Martin Free to Sell Vantage and DB9 in the US


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Aston Martin can still sell its DB9 and Vantage models in the United States as the NHTSA has granted the British carmaker a temporary exemption to new safety rules.

The Story of How an Aston Martin Racer Helped Shorten WWII


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The story of John “Jock” Horsfall should not be new to you if you regularly visit our site. We made a detailed piece about it a while back, but that requires reading, but if you’re not up to that, there now a simpler (XCar video) way of getting informed.

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.