The British brand has officially confirmed that they plan to start selling the 2011 Aston Martin Cygnet, a rebadged version of current Toyota iQ city car. It looks like we will finally see an Aston Martin without major quality issues.
The 2009 Aston Martin DBS Volante cabriolet is going to be revealed at the motor show in Geneva that will open in a matter of days.
British tuning specialist Project Kahn now offers a customized leather interior for the gorgeous 2004 Aston Martin Vanquish S sports car. Featuring lots of leather and Alcantara of all shades and colors, as well as lots of contrast stitching unarguably done by a skilled hand, the custom interior makes a very strong impression, especially if you compare it to the stock one.
German tuner Hamann will soon offer its new tuning program for the gorgeous 2008 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Coupe, as well as for the more frivolous V8 Vantage Roadster. While many tuning studios out there often try to sell you appearance kits that are painfully exaggerated, sometimes vulgar, and often simply lacking in the good taste department, Hamann does the job with a sense of grace that you only acquire with decades of experience in the business of selling to people things they don’t need at a price they cannot afford.
The latest 2008 Aston Martin DBS supercar, a glimpse of which we’ve already seen in the latest James Bond flick, has finally been officially revealed.
As usual for the British ultra-luxury brand, the vehicle looks absolutely stunning both on the outside and inside its plush cabin with lots of black Alcantara and black lacquer. And yes, the impressive looks are flawlessly matched with a monster-sized engine that makes this car faster than some pre-WWII fighters.
The British premium brand plans to officially unveil its 2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster during the upcoming auto show to be held in Los Angeles on Wednesday 29th November. Elegant and dynamic, the new sports car successfully combines an eye-catching exterior with luxurious interior, while delivering the same (almost unrivaled) level of performance that people tend to expect from James Bond’s vehicle of choice.