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Aston Martin Goldfinger DB5 continuation gets functioning gadgets

Almost 12 months ago, we covered Aston Martin's plan to bring one of the best-known movie cars of all time back to life. Now, the team at Aston Martin Works has revealed more details about the array of gadgets on offer in the car...

Aston Martin Rapide E hits Monaco ePrix circuit

The limited-edition Aston Martin Rapide E has made its 'dynamic debut' ahead of the Formula E Monaco ePrix in Monaco. Following its reveal at the Shanghai motor show last month, the company's first EV was put through its paces on the famous Monte Carlo circuit by three-time Le Mans 24 Hour winner, Darren Turner...

2019 Aston Martin Vantage AMR revealed

Aston Martin has revealed its more focused take on the Vantage, wearing an AMR badge and a retro-inspired livery to boot. First up, the engine. It's the same AMG-sourced 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 offered in the regular Vantage, making the same 375kW of power and 625Nm. That's 60Nm down on the stock car, likely to protect the manual driveline...

Aston Martin Vantage AMR to feature a manual

Aston Martin set tongues wagging when it released a manual version of the last Vantage. The world is going automatic, and three-pedal sports cars are a precious commodity. Turns out, it wasn't a once-off. The new-generation Vantage AMR will come with a manual transmission, as confirmed by a new social media teaser for the car...

2019 Aston Martin Rapide E revealed

The first all-electric Aston Martin is upon us, unveiled today at the Shanghai motor show. Just 155 examples of the Rapide E will be built, and they’re almost all spoken for. Rather than a full, series production model, it’s a technical test bed for Aston Martin, as the brand looks to push electrification across the range through the 2020s...

2020 Aston Martin DBX spied inside and out

The new Aston Martin DBX has been spotted during development testing at the famed Nurburgring, and we've now got images of the crossover's interior ahead of its reveal later this year. Compared to the official camouflaged image series released in November last year, not much has changed on the exterior – it's still heavily camouflaged, and it's still not that attractive...

Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato sketched out

The Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato has been teased in sketches, ahead of its production debut some time in 2020. Based on the DBS Sugerleggera, the DBS GT Zagato has a unique body penned by Italian design house Zagato. Standout features include a full-width grille, muscular but smooth wheel arches, a long bonnet, wrap-around windscreen, and a chopped-down glasshouse and roof line...

Aston Martin Vanquish: AMR Pro and Volante variants planned

The Aston Martin Vanquish will be revived as a mid-engined supercar to take on the likes of Ferrari and McLaren, and the company's boss has already alluded to additional variants that are in the pipeline. Speaking with the UK's Top Gear, Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer, said the V6-powered competitor to the F8 Tributo and Huracan Evo will get Volante convertible and track-focused AMR Pro versions to broaden its appeal...

Aston Martin Vantage Roadster coming later this year, no V12 confirmed... yet

Aston Martin is preparing to unveil a convertible version of the new-generation Vantage very soon, with the company's creative chief confirming the news this week. Speaking at a media event in Melbourne, Victoria, Aston Martin's chief creative officer, Marek Reichman, said the Vantage Roadster is "all done"...

Aston Martin Vanquish Vision Concept revealed

Aston Martin has continued its new-model onslaught with the Vanquish Vision Concept, previewing the third model in the brand's mid-engined range ahead of a 2022 on-sale date. The production version of the Vanquish Vision Concept should be more affordable than the AM-RB 003 and Valkyrie as it eschews their carbon-fibre construction in favour of unique bonded aluminium chassis...

Aston-Martin AM-RB 003 revealed

If you are having difficulty keeping up with Aston Martin's plans for mid-engined cars, we fully understand. We've already seen near-final images of the Valkyrie – set to become the world's fastest road car – as well as seen the concept of the track-only AMR Pro version...