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Driven: James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5

The association between the world's most famous fictional spy and Aston Martin is widely regarded as one of the most successful bits of product placement of all time, but it very nearly didn't happen. In Ian Fleming's early books, Commander James Bond was a Bentley man, only switching to an Aston DB Mark III in Goldfinger, the seventh novel to be published, but the third to be filmed...

Aston Martin: No Time To Die

I'm in Italy but Daniel Craig isn't. The British actor is somewhere else in the huge global logistics effort that is No Time To Die, the 25th officially sanctioned James Bond film, most likely delivering lines on a soundstage with the rugged understatement that has made him one of the better regarded 007s...

2020 Aston Martin DBX review: Prototype drive in Oman

The long wait for the Brit sports car maker’s first SUV is nearly over. Has it been worth it?

2020 Aston Martin DBX review: Ride-along

Aston's chief engineer shows us what the brand's first SUV is capable of.

2020 Aston Martin Vantage AMR review

In today’s supercar age of obsession with 0–100km/h and Nürburgring times, it's great to see a car that is obsessed with driver enjoyment first and foremost.

Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato review

One of the most beautiful cars in the world, reborn.

Design Review: Aston Martin Vanquish (2001)

Vanquish means “to defeat thoroughly”, but it's not only the meaning that defines the beauty of this Middle English word - it is also its aristocratic sound. We don’t usually start our design reviews with quotes from dictionaries, but in this case we need some cultural background knowledge in order to deal with this Aston Martin...

Aston Martin DB6 EV concept review

AM wants to take the engine out of its classic cars, remove the soundtrack and charge you more than $350K for the privilege. Read on…...

How the Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation came to life

Life inspires art, and then art returns the favour. The gadget-filled Aston Martin DB5 that starred in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger led to the creation of a hugely popular diecast Corgi toy – you might remember the ability to fire a plastic passenger from the ejector seat – with Aston Martin Works admitting the model version played a significant role in inspiring the creation of what is basically a full-sized version...

2020 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante review

The fastest soft-top in the world might also be one of the best. Start saving.

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.