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The List hosts Jessi Combs and Patrick McIntyre travel to England, the birthplace of Aston Martin, to drive the V12 Vanquish.

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Last DB9s are ready for final inspection.

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Affected vehicles have locks that work too well.

British automaker Aston Martin is recalling 6,076 vehicles for locks that work a little too well.

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A Roller? A Lotus? Maybe even something from British Leyland?

British cars have been with us since the 19th century, and more than 500 British marques have existed.

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Aston Martin Cambridge created a special-edition Vantage to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Spitfire fighter plane.

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Andy Palmer will be working overtime for the next few months.

Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer will personally inspect the first 1,000 DB11s, which will also come with a bespoke inspection badge bearing his signature.

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Number 11 of 24 will surely go for a pretty penny.

An Aston Martin Vulcan owner has decided to cash in on the ultra-exclusive supercar by sending it to Mecum's Monterey auction in August.

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Former Top Gear Stig Ben Collins pilots the Aston Martin V12 Vantage S, while Jay Leno gets behind the wheel of the DB11.

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Aston's answer to the LaFerrari, Porsche 918 is set for 2018.

Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing are showing off the AM-RB 001 hypercar. It's better than you think.

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The 6.0-liter V12 is good for 592 hp.

Aston Martin has revealed a bespoke convertible variant of the Aston Martin Vantage GT12 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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Just 99 Vanquish Zagato coupes will be built, with deliveries starting in early 2017.

Aston Martin's latest collaboration with Zagato gifts us this 576-horsepower beauty.

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Aston Martin isn't bringing the Vantage GT8 to the US, but at least you can play with the online configurator.

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Aston Martin and Zagato teamed to create this stunning concept.

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Aston Martin recreated the image of a Vanquish entirely out of scraps of leather from the upholstery workshop. The finished product is perhaps the most stunning exercise in recycling that we've ever seen.

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With radical changes coming in hot from Gaydon, the DB11 isn't just an all-new car; it's nothing short of golden opportunity to reinvent the brand.

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In 1986, this Aston Martin DBS was rolled into a barn and locked safely away from prying eyes, and for the last 30 years, that is exactly where it has remained, until now.

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Bond's all-electric Aston would not only be green but it'd have killer pickup.

Aston Martin chief says it's inevitable that 007's car will one day be powered by electricity.

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