News & ReviewsLast 7 days
Aston Martin Logo

Aston Martin

Aston Martin was founded in England in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford before producing its first car in 1915. The company name was born of Martin’s surname and the Aston Clinton Hillclimb where he raced. From 1994, Aston Martin was owned by the Ford Motor Company, before the British marque was purchased by a joint venture company in 2007. With a history steeped in motorsport and ties to the James Bond franchise, the brand has maintained an air of exclusivity that continues today.

Aston Martin Reviews

Almost driven: Aston Martin Valkyrie

I’m about to have an exclusive first experience of the world’s fastest production car, but it’s fair to say glamour is lacking.

2019 Aston Martin Vantage review

Aston Martin reinvents its Vantage and creates a compelling alternative for the super sports car segment.

2019 Aston Martin DB11 V8 review

Would you downgrade from a V12 to a V8 just to save $27,000 on an Aston Martin?

2019 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera review

It's undeniably a thing of beauty, but does the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera live up to its name as a 'super light'? Paul Maric finds out.

View All Reviews

Aston Martin Videos

Fast Cars, Slow Food: Driving and dining with the Aston Martin DB11 AMR

Put yourself in my shoes for a moment: you’ve been offered the keys to the first and only Aston Martin DB11 AMR in the country, for some content. What would you do? How about call your best mate and tell him you're taking him on the lunch run that will top all lunch runs? Yep, me too. Actually, that’s exactly what I did...

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera review

There’s no denying that this is one of the best-looking cars in the world. Is it as quick as a Ferrari 812 Superfast? Who cares. The person that buys this car will revel in the fact that it looks better than any current Ferrari, and it still demands just as much attention as an Aston Martin ever has, regardless of the free servicing on offer from Ferrari...

2018 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera review: First drive

Driving any Aston Martin is a privilege, and this DBS Superleggera is no different. It’s stunningly fast, properly premium, different and classy. The fact that it can also be so easy to drive and benign is a sign of the times at the highest end of the buying scale. It will be rare Down Under too, and that in itself is priceless.

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera: The big(mouth) reveal

Tony Crawford takes a first-hand look at the new Aston Martin DBS Superleggera. Get the full story right here.

View All Videos

Aston Martin Comparisons

CarAdvice top three cars of 2013: the testers' picks

Jez Spinks - Editor-in-chief 1. BMW i3 Will electric cars ever be bought by the masses rather than a minority mix of wealthy early adopters or government fleet buyers? We’re still many a year away from the former scenario, but the BMW i3 (above) is one of the most convincing examples of the breed yet...

Aston Martin V12 Zagato & Vantage GT4 Review

Aston Martin V12 Zagato: Two-door, two-seat coupe with hand-crafted aluminium body, Aston Martin 6.0-litre V12 395kW, six-speed automated manual gearbox with auto shift manual/select shift manual (ASM/SSM) electric hydraulic control system. Aston Martin Vantage GT4: Aston Martin Racing 4...

Aston Martin News

Aston Martin Valhalla: AM-RB 003 gets a name

Aston Martin has given its third mid-engined collaboration with Adrian Newey and Red Bull Racing a name, dropping the AM-RB 003 moniker for something with a bit more... presence. The limited-run hybrid coupe will be called Valhalla, named after the place warriors killed during combat are sent in Norse mythology...

Aston Martin's new factory produces its first car, a DBX prototype

Aston Martin's new Welsh factory has produced its first car ahead of series production kicking off next year. Located around in the town of St Athan, the new factory is around 20 kilometres south-west of the Welsh capital Cardiff. The 36 hectare site was purchased from the Ministry of Defence in 2016, and since then the automaker has converted much of site, including its "super hangars" into a modern manufacturing facility with plenty of glass walls...

Aston Martin reveals 007-themed DBS Superleggera

Aston Martin loves a James Bond special, which is fitting given 007 tends to choose the marque's grand tourers as his main form of transport. UPDATE, 22/5/19: Aston Martin's local division has confirmed the DBS Superleggera OHMSS edition is available for $661,007 plus on-road costs. See bottom of article for more details...

Aston Martin AM-003 'over-subscribed' already

Aston Martin has been inundated with interest for its upcoming AM-RB 003 hybrid hypercar, well before it commences production in 2021. Just 500 of the company's £1 million ($1.85m) baby will be produced, with demand already outstripping supply just months after the concept was revealed a this year's Geneva motor show...

View All News

Aston Martin Owner Reviews

1969 Aston Martin DB6 Review

[An extract from my archives on classic automotive motoring.] To drive it is exactly everything you'd hope for out of a classic grand tourer. Low-sporty seating position with perfect visibility over the long and curvaceous bonnet. The steering wheel is a mammoth wooden artifact, but it doesn't matter...


I had trouble deciding between this car and the 911. In terms of performance and handling, I've no doubt that the 911 wins, but the Aston Martin Vantage is the car that always raises my pulse when I approach it. It is hand made and feels very solid. If there is one car I want to own for the rest of my life, this is the one.

Aston Martin Galleries

View All Galleries