Because I’m old, I can remember a time when the launch of a new Aston Martin was greeted with the same slack-jawed awe as the arrival of a new comet in the heavens. And they came around about as regularly. But now it’s hard to keep up, so wide and diverse are the cars now being devised at its Gaydon headquarters. So, and in the hope that it will be helpful, I thought I’d provide just a snapshot of where Aston Martin is today and, perhaps more pertinently, where in the future it is believed to be going.
Thank Frankel it's Friday: The big, bright future of Aston Martin
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