Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante
Aston Martin has opened the roof on our ultimate open-top driving experience; the new DBS Superleggera Volante.
The new DBS Superleggera Volante delivers all the evocative talent of our critically-acclaimed Super GT flagship, the magnificent DBS Superleggera, and blends it with class-leading convertible technology.
Powered by Aston Martin’s own 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12, producing 715BHP 900Nm of torque, and with a top speed of 211mph, the DBS Superleggera Volante boasts ferocious acceleration. While covering 0-62mph in just 3.6 seconds and 0-100mph in 6.7 seconds.
Rapide E. The first all-electric Aston Martin has now been unleashed... #BeautifulUnleashed
Emerging from the shadows, Aston Martin’s first all-electric production car is here.
Strictly limited to 155 cars, Rapide E is equipped with an 800V high-voltage battery system enabling fast charging of 310 miles per hour. But what is extraordinary charging performance without exceptional power delivery? Twin rear-mounted motors develop 610 horsepower and 950Nm of torque to make Rapide E the most powerful Rapide model in history.
Rapide E is now, unleashed.
To learn more, visit: www.astonmartin.com/RapideE
Aston Martin Vantage AMR
It’s here. This is Aston Martin Vantage AMR. The Vantage you love, now with an extra dose of excitement via the addition of a third pedal and manual transmission.
Vantage AMR is a new breed of Vantage. 95kg lighter in weight and boasting a seven-speed manual transmission, this is a car designed to deliver pure, engaging, manual performance.
Aston Martin DBX SUV testing in Sweden
DBX, Aston Martin's luxury SUV, has arrived in Sweden as part of notorious cold weather testing.
Being put through its paces on Pirelli's R&D Sottozero Centre at the Flurheden Proving Ground in Sweden, DBX showcases the performance elements synonymous with Aston Martin's sports car DNA in a whole new environment.
How to spec an Aston Martin Valkyrie
Owners of the Aston Martin Valkyrie – the ultimate expression of hypercar design, engineering and performance – already know they’re due to receive a truly exceptional car, but our personalisation service ‘Q by Aston Martin’ is set to realise the unique automotive dreams and desires of this exclusive collection.
Borne of the partnership between Aston Martin and Red Bull Advanced Technologies, the Aston Martin Valkyrie is a real-life expression of the uncompromising pursuit of performance. As such, it is fitting that this 150-unit road-going hypercar can now be further optimised with the AMR Track Performance Pack. The pack’s track-only components - which can be interchanged with the existing road-legal parts - are set to deliver approximately 8%* quicker lap times on top of the standard Aston Martin Valkyrie.
The AMR Track Performance Pack features a new aerodynamic front clam delivering greater downforce and efficiency, a second set of all other exterior body panels, lightweight titanium brakes, track-focused suspension and a matte black magnesium performance wheel and carbon-fibre aero-disk set. Customers can also include a suite of personalised pit garage and race suit accessory options to their package, providing owners with the ultimate track day and hypercar ownership experience.
Aston Martin Valkyrie - V12 Cosworth engine
The time is right to reveal some closely guarded secrets of the Aston Martin Valkyrie’s extraordinary powerplant.
Developed in conjunction with longtime technical partner @Cosworth, the new V12 had to satisfy a simple, yet extraordinary brief: to create the ultimate expression of the internal combustion engine.
2019 DBX - Aston Martin’s first SUV
DBX, Aston Martin’s first luxury SUV, is commencing on an extensive testing programme, being put through its paces along a demanding Welsh Rally stage, a nod to Aston Martins’ new St Athan production facility in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The unique nature of DBX in the Aston Martin range means it requires a dedicated test programme; one that features new processes, procedures and standards that reflect its all-purpose role. So, while it will perform with the verve and poise of a true Aston Martin, its dynamic envelope has to extend into areas previously off-limits to the marque’s sporting roots. Naturally this includes impressive multi-terrain and towing capabilities as befits a state-of-the-art SUV.
Though simulation is an essential part of DBX’s early development phase, initial testing in Wales signifies the start of ‘real world’ testing, in which the SUV will be subjected to a punishing regime that will ultimately see development prototypes of the all-new machine tackle the world’s harshest environments, from the frozen Arctic and scorching deserts of the Middle East to high Alpine passes and the high-speed demands of the German autobahnen and Nürburgring Nordschleife.