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Aston Martin Cygnet Concept – Geneva 2010

It’s called the Cygnet and Aston Martin reckon they’re going to sell four-thousand a year or at least, that’s how many they plan to build when production gets under way later this year. It’s a bold move as there are plenty of critics who feel that the little city car could damage the company’s impeccable sports car heritage dating back close to 100 years...

Aston Martin Rapide launched in Australia

While our own Anthony Crawford was travelling the Spanish coastline as an exclusive Australian guest at the Rapide's international launch, Aston Martin shipped over a pre-production vehicle to display to Australian and New Zealand media. Attending the local launch with Matt Brogan and speaking to Aston Martin's Australian Operations Manager, Marcel Fabris, it was quite clear that the Rapide means a lot to Aston Martin in Australia...

Aston Martin Rapide Video

While Anthony is away on the Aston Martin Rapide launch in Spain, we were handed a video showcasing the car in motion. Enjoy: Read Anthony's journey: Aston Martin Rapide Review - Day 1 Aston Martin Rapide Review - Day 2...

Aston Martin Rapide – World’s Most Beautiful Four-Door Sports Car

Aston Martin will unveil one of the most eagerly awaited cars to special guests and customers in Australia and New Zealand during February and March. The Rapide, which we first saw in Frankfurt last year, when it was revealed to the public for the first time, is the first four-door sports car in the world. Powered by a hand built 6...

Aston Martin Racing (2010)

It was hard to miss the iconic blue and orange Gulf Oil livery worn by all three Aston Martin ‘00’ cars at Le Mans last year, especially with all the media attention surrounding the team. With just a fraction of the budget of the heavy hitting teams such as Peugeot and Audi, Aston Martin’s ‘007’ car was heroic in its fourth place finish...

Video: Aston Martin Cygnet free runners

The Aston Martin Cygnet Concept certainly raised a few eye brows when it was first unveiled, combining perhaps two of the most unlikely marquees to produce a rather peculiar commuter vehicle. While feedback has been mixed, Aston Martin is still keen for the Cygnet to enter production - likening it to an exclusive tender for a luxury yacht...

Aston Martin One-77 clocks 350km/h+ in high speed testing

The Aston Martin One-77 hypercar has moved one step closer to setting a new benchmark for the brand after comfortably breaking the 200mph (322km/h) barrier during high speed testing. In a series of test runs, the One-77 exceeded original expectations by recording a top speed of 354.86km/h in dry but windy conditions under the guidance of the Aston Martin engineering team...

Aston Martin Carbon Black Special Editions

Few will ever contest the exclusivity of owning an Aston Martin. Any Aston Martin will do, but it doesn’t get any better than the supercars in the line-up, being the DBS and V12 Vantage. But if you reckon there are a few too many of these models around, then I suspect you’ll be more than pleased with the Carbon Black Special Editions, which the company has just announced...

Aston Martin Cygnet commuter concept official images

Aston Martin Cygnet Aston Martin has today released the first official photos of the Cygnet, its new luxury commuter car concept based on the Toyota iQ. A most unlikely collaboration, the Cygnet concept promises to deliver the prestige of Aston Martin’s luxury brand ownership in a small, highly fuel efficient package...

2010 Aston Martin Vantage details

Aston Martin has revealed the details of its 2010 Vantage range, with personalisation and price reductions among the highlights. Visually there are a few styling tweaks, with a large, grey cut-out section at the rear incorporating the exhaust pipes and number plate, and clear rear lamps, similar to the DBS, as an option...

Aston Martin Rapide Australian pricing announced

With the eagerly awaited four-door Rapide going through its final stages of engineering and testing before its launch in early 2010, Aston Martin has now confirmed Australian pricing for its newest sports car. The Rapide will start from A$366,280.00 (plus on-road and dealer delivery costs) in Australia and is now available to order from the Aston Martin dealership network around the world...