Aston Martin and Fernando Alonso shocked the F1 world with a spectacular 3rd place during the 2023 Formula 1 season opener at the Bahrain International Circuit.
The 2020 Aston Martin Vantage is one of the automotive industry’s greatest lovechilds between two heavy-hitter performance brands.
Tedward has a go in Aston’s latest sports convertible; the brand still maintains its status as one of the best, top up or down.
Over 22,000 spectators came to watch the spectacular LMP and GTE machinery this weekend as the World Championship made a welcome return to Texas for the first time since 2017. It also marked the first of a USA double-header as the WEC prepares to join IMSA in Florida next month for the highly-anticipated SuperSebring.
As reported by Evo, investment in Aston Martin by north-of-the-border-billionaire Lawrence Stroll to the tune of 182 millions pounds has positioned the brand to have a bit more financial security as they begin production of the new DBX.
Follow along as Tedward takes us on a tour of this beautiful and rare Aston!
Follow along as Tedward drives this hefty-yet-proper-fast British sportscar!
Founded on a love for motorsport, Aston Martin’s racing history is as old as the company itself. In 2019, the marque celebrates two significant anniversaries – 60 years since its iconic 1-2 win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and 70 years since the company first raced at the Goodwood Motor Circuit.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Aston Martin will announce an IPO as early as August 29. It plans to raise as much as $1.5 billion through the offering of shares on the London Stock Exchange. Presumably, the costs of developing next-generation cars, including SUVs…
This week we’re at the helm of Aston’s posh V12-powered grand touring coupe. For 2015 the Vanquish introduces the new Touchtronic III eight-speed automatic gearbox into the mix, a transmission that’s been honed meticulously with technical partner ZF for use in the Rapide S and Vanquish. This, along with changes to the final drive gear ratio result in a Vanquish that’s both faster and more fuel efficient than last year’s model.
Few marques enjoy the perception of exclusively and class the way Aston Martin does. Though they’re seeking to broaden their horizons a bit these days, there’s no denying that the brand carries some well-founded clout. While most enthusiasts would consider Aston’s cars to reside closer to the grand touring side of the supercar equation than an equivalent offering from, say, Porsche or Ferrari, after having spent some time behind the wheel of the V12 Vantage S, we can report with no uncertainty that this particular model is no soft-edged cream puff, and brings enough performance prowess to the table to set just about anyone’s hair on fire. Of course, that doesn’t come without a bit of compromise as well.
Not content to just let the likes of Ferrari and McLaren court the hearts and wallets of well-heeled track rats around the world, the speed merchants from Gaydon now have a track-dedicated hypercar offering of their own. They’ve named it the Vulcan, and while it’s not a tribute to the late, great Mr. Spock, we wouldn’t take offense if it were, and we doubt he would either. Consider the Vulcan as Aston’s answer to the McLaren P1 GTR and the Ferrari FXX K – one that might just be the pick of the litter for race car purists.
It comes at little surprise that Daniel Craig will find himself at the helm of an Aston Martin for the next 007 film, SPECTRE. But what sets the next film apart from its predecessors is that instead of Bond launching rockets and throwing out spike strips from a heavily modified version of a current product Aston Martin model, he will instead do so from the all-new DB10, a bespoke coupe designed specifically for the film.