Could this be the future of luxury flight?
Engineers creating software and a driveline to pair Mercedes V8 with a stick for the first time.
Yes, even the ejector seat.
The cinematic Aston's buyer turned out to be NYC spy museum Spyscape.
The companies are eager to take taxis to the skies — bearing vaunted British nameplates.
Customer requests wacky city car with Vantage S engine and roll cage.
We can't wait to build it.
And don't forget the Mercedes-AMG Project One.
Part of its plans to issue a stock IPO, double its workforce
Remember the famous car chase from 1995's "GoldenEye?" The Aston Martin used in the chase will be auctioned next month.
580-hp sedan gets 'hardcore' tune, racy aero, and 21-inch wheels.
Aston Martin and Triton Submarines have teamed to build probably the world's most stylish and luxurious way to dive beneath the waves. Called Project Neptune, this two-passenger mini submarine looks like something designed and developed by Q Branch for James Bond. Though to be fair, the evildoers at Spectre might also appreciate a submersible that works a little Aston flair into its design.
Aston Martin has announced it's bringing back the time-honored DBS name. Originally used in the 1967-1972 GT car, the name was briefly resurrected for a DB9-related model made from 2008 to 2012, and then put back on the shelf.
At the time of the Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin announced it would be re-awakening the storied Lagonda brand to manufacture zero-emission luxury cars. The timeline for these was cast to 2023 at first, but now information has come to light that Lagonda would start selling cars two years earlier, with — you guessed it — an SUV.
It seems a distinct possibility that the name of Aston Martin's upcoming SUV will not remain "DBX," as it has been known. The British Autocar reports that the manufacturer has earmarked the name Varekai for it, which would certainly tie in nicely with the company's earlier V-named products.
Aston Martin working on another mid-engined car, a $1.4M hypercar to outdo the Ferrari LaFerrari and challenge the McLaren BP23.
400 autonomous miles is what Lagonda wants to offer in five years.
We imagine the laps will be fast.
His blue 2014 Vanquish, No. 007, will benefit charity