Detroit Electric agreed to pay $24 million for the tooling of the Vanquish, but failed to come up with the money.
Aston Martin had to write off nearly $24 million after unnamed buyer pulled out of this deal.
The all-new Vanquish could very well be the only supercar in its class with a stick shift.
Well, Ferrari has been at the game a very long time, but as McLaren showed, the Brits can be quick learners.
The new moniker falls in line with Aston’s latest naming scheme, but it’s unknown which model it will grace.
The Vanquish will ride on an aluminum platform and have a twin-turbo V6 with over 700 HP.
Take a tour around the upcoming Aston Martin Vanquish and AM-RB 003 supercars.
This Vanquish S is loaded with extras and packs a glorious naturally aspirated V12 under the bonnet.
This is subjective, but the Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake might be the most beautiful car on our roads.
Aston Martin will build only 99 examples of the Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake.
The British automaker will paint the car any color you like – but we think it’s best suited to dolls instead of gorgeous sports cars.
They’re all great-looking, but we’d be hard pressed to choose between the Shooting Brake and the Speedster.