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Aston Martin DBX to get 405kW V8
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24th Sep 2019
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Aston Martin DBX to get 405kW V8

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Scott Collie
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24th Sep 2019
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Aston Martin DBX to get 405kW V8

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Scott Collie
Aston Martin AM-003 'over-subscribed' already
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16th May 2019
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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.
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Aston Martin Project 003 to get turbocharged V6 hybrid
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26th Sep 2018
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Aston Martin Project 003 to get turbocharged V6 hybrid

The upcoming Aston Martin Project 003 will have a turbocharged V6 engine developed in-house, according to a report from Europe. Speaking with Auto Express last week, Andy Palmer, Aston Martin president and CEO, said the 2021 "connector" between the brand's Ferrari 488 competitor and the Valkyrie will run with a V6 and KERS-inspired hybrid system. "Yes there are similarities, starting with the engine - it’s a V6," Palmer said.
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Scott Collie
2018 Aston Martin Rapide will bring 600kW electric heart to party - report
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19th Aug 2015
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2018 Aston Martin Rapide will bring 600kW electric heart to party - report

Andy Palmer, the outspoken boss of British prestige marque Aston Martin, says the next Rapide will offer a heroic electric option - and that Tesla’s latest power upgrade, Ludicrous Mode, “is stupid”. Speaking with industry journal Automotive News at this week’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California, Palmer promised his company is pulling out all the stops on the next generation of its sleek four-door coupe.
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Mike Stevens
Nissan tackles Volkswagen electric claims, commits to increasing Leaf range
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12th Sep 2013
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Nissan tackles Volkswagen electric claims, commits to increasing Leaf range

Nissan has hit back at plans by Volkswagen to become the electric vehicle market leader by 2018, while reaffirming its own aim to increase range to 200km on Leaf and introduce four new electric vehicles to market within two years. Speaking at the Frankfurt motor show, Nissan executive vice president Andy Palmer started by recalling history.
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