In December, Aston Martin Works announced the DB4 GT Continuation Project, which will make use of the remaining chassis numbers from the original production to create 25 incredible track-only cars. Designed in 1959, only eight DB4 GTs were built to a lightweight specification. This project will combine traditional techniques with modern technology to create an exceptionally capable car, while remaining faithful to the original.
Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing
In December, we announced that our Innovation Partnership with Red Bull Racing would extend into the 2017 season. This enables us to offer our customers the opportunity to join us at certain races during the course of the year. If you would like more information please register your interest below.
This month in the Aston Martin Digital Magazine, we explore the incredible engines at the heart of every Aston Martin, from the iconic straight-six designs of Tadek Marek to the bespoke V12 twin-turbo that powers DB11.
|In your Region|
|As part of our ongoing network development throughout the UK, Aston Martin Wilmslow has undergone an extensive showroom upgrade. Located on Water Lane, the dealership has state-of-the-art facilities featuring a deluxe showroom for new Aston Martin sports cars. The facility also includes a luxurious lounge where customers can create their own tailored new car to their exact specification, including the use of Q by Aston Martin elements. There is also a dedicated display of Timeless pre-owned models.|
Art of Living: South Africa
Art of Living has a wealth of experiences on offer in 2017. If design and gastronomy are your passions, join us in a fascinating exploration of South Africa’s rich architecture and cultural legacy.
|Video: The Aerodynamic Secrets of DB11|
|Inspired by our special projects and racing cars, DB11 is a masterpiece in aerodynamic innovation. We took the car to the wind tunnel at MIRA to reveal the way air is manipulated through and around DB11.|
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