• Dec 7, 2007
Daimler and Dar, the Kuwait-based investment firm that holds a 50-percent stake in Aston Martin, are reportedly in talks to explore investment opportunities between the two automakers. The folks from Mercedes-Benz' parent company paid a visit to Dar on Tuesday, and the Aston Martin contingent is expected to spend some quality time with its investment firm in the next few weeks, as well.

While the term "investment opportunities" is a far cry from joint vehicle development, we'll leave the pontification about what the outcome of these talks will be up to you in the comments below. However, we'll start the rampant speculation with Aston Martin's engineers working on the chassis development of Mercedes' new SLC supercar.

[Source: Market Watch via eGMCarTech]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      I thought the Aston Martin chassis engineers worked for Lotus?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Could be good kinda
      • 7 Years Ago
      The two avantgarde car companies of the day: one in aesthetics and the other in technology, any partnership between them would be orgasmic.