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Aston Martin Project 003 teased
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20th Feb 2019
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Aston Martin Project 003 teased

Aston Martin has offered the first glimpse at its upcoming Project 003 hypercar, set to hit the market late in 2021. Just 500 examples will be made, following in the footsteps of the Valkyrie and Valkyrie AMR Pro, dubbed Project 001 and 002 respectively.
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Scott Collie
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Aston Martin RapidE battery uncovered
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26th Aug 2018
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Aston Martin RapidE battery uncovered

Andy Palmer, Aston Martin CEO, has shared an image of the “production intent battery” set to power the upcoming RapidE electric four-door sports car. Based on the existing Rapide AMR, the RapidE will be Aston Martin’s first foray into the world of electric and electrified vehicles, which are set to feature more heavily in its range by the year 2025.
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Chris Gething
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Lagonda confirms electric SUV for 2021
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10th May 2018
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Lagonda confirms electric SUV for 2021

Lagonda, high-end luxury arm of British sports car marque Aston Martin, has announced its plans to launch an all-electric SUV in 2021. Set to be the "first in a range of state of the art, emission-free luxury vehicles", the new Lagonda model will draw heavily from the Vision Concept shown at this year's Geneva motor show.
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Nissan declined purchasing Aston Martin stake in 2012, 2013 - report
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5th Sep 2014
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Nissan declined purchasing Aston Martin stake in 2012, 2013 - report

Sources from within Nissan have said that the former chief planning officer, Andy Palmer, advocated purchasing a stake in Aston Martin. Three anonymous Nissan insiders have told Reuters that in 2012 and 2013 Palmer proposed this idea to Carlos Ghosn, CEO of both Renault and Nissan CEO. One source told the newswire, "We looked carefully at the proposal but we passed on it". None of the sources have elaborated on the record the reasoning behind Nissan's decision.
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