Aston Martin celebrated its centenary with the presentation of this special concept during the ADAC Zurich 24-Hour race at the Nürburgring Nordschleife track, called CC100 Speedster. The car that inspired this one-off concept was the DBR1, one of the most successful racing cars built by the British company.
20 de Maio de 2013
18 de Maio de 2013
The presentation of this concept will take place on May 19, during the ADAC Zurich 24-Hour race at the Nürburgring Nordschleife track. Along with this announcement, the British brand has released an image and a video entitled "Past, Present, Future - 19th May 2013".
8 de Maio de 2013
We all know that Dubai is a city where the rich gather to spend their money. We also know that the country is immensely rich thanks to oil industry. They probably have so much money scattered around that they decided to give the police, several supercars.
12 de Abril de 2013
Aston Martin announced today that it will participate in the 41º edition of the ADAC Zurich 24 Hours of Nürburgring, that will take place from 17 to 20 May. But this participation is special, because the British brand will bring a hybrid hydrogen Rapide S to Germany.
7 de Março de 2013
The S after the Rapide name doesn't mean it is a sportier version of the four-door car, but just an improved version, a restyle if you want. Still it does get a bump in power and if you thought that Audi made cars with the bigger "mouths", wait till you see this new Aston Martin with an even bigger one-piece front grille. Already previewed here.
23 de Janeiro de 2013
The new Rapide S will be Aston Martin's most powerful four-door to date with the power output increased by 17% (81hp) to 558hp taken from the naturally aspirated 6.0litre V12 (AM11 engine family).
7 de Dezembro de 2012
When everyone thought Mahindra and Mahindra was the one taking a stake in Aston Martin, the former owner of the Italian brand Ducati, a private equity fund named Investindustrial bought 37,5% for €186.165.000 (£150.000.000).
10 de Novembro de 2012
Categories: Aston Martin
Seems that the Aston Martin’s controlling shareholder, Kuawiti Investment Dar Co., contacted some companies to buy its 64%, amounting to 630 million Euros (800 million U.S. dollars or 500 million Pounds), and the two companies that are reported to have been approached are Toyota and Mahindra & Mahindra.