More than 140 vehicles from the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s will be auctioned off individually by RMSothebys across several events next year.
The concept has been designed to ensure classic vehicles can continue to be driven even when faced with legislation banning petrol-powered models.
The dashing Shooting Brake will be manufactured in just 99 units, just like the coupe and roadster versions.
The identity of the buyer remains unconfirmed, though Morgan has already announced it’s building a brand new car.
Based on the road-legal version, the new pack should offer improved aero, less weight and more power.
The first Vantage he drove was marred by faults, so Aston sent him another.
Both British supercars cost about the same. but deliver very different driving experiences.
Presenting the unspeakably beautiful prospect of the $1.7-million outdated Aston.
The last of the Aston Martin V12 Vantage models is a wonderful goodbye to the analogue sports car.
Aston’s debut crossover keeps the name but differs a lot from the concept revealed in 2015.
The famous car collector is really charmed by the latest baby Aston Martin.
Production of the first-ever Aston Martin SUV will commence in the new South Wales facility.