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Founded in 1913 by Lional Martin and Robert Bamford in a small London workshop, Aston Martin has grown to become an internationally recognized luxury and performance brand. With a passion for engines and racing, Martin and Bamford created a brand that celebrates the passions behind these aspects. From the classics of the French Grand Prix to the 24-Hours of Le Mans, Aston Martin has shown their glory within the racing scene for decades.
Their deep and fruitful racing history is mimicked into the designs of Aston Martin’s street vehicles. Performance and styling came to a wonderful match in the production of any Aston Martin put into the market. With a performance level designed for the track and a unique style made for the big screens of James Bond, the Aston Martin is truly a unique brand.
First released in 1967, the Aston Martin DBS has been one of the most recognizable and known Aston Martin’s within the brand. As the second Aston Martin to appear in a James Bond film in 1969, the DBS was a big influence within the connection between 007 and Aston Martin. Aston Martin recently reimagined the DBS with more power and a new style. As one of the sleekest yet, the DBS generates 715-horsepower from its 5.2L bi-turbo V12 with a top speed of 211mph.
As one of the newest models to the family, Aston Martin joined the performance SUV sector in mid-2020. The DBX was Aston Martin’s effort to join this growing industry, and they made their impact. With the brand’s iconic styling powered by a twin-turbo V8 generating close to 700-horsepower, the DBX offers the space and luxury of an SUV as well as the power and styling of an Aston Martin.
Aston Martin’s Chief Creative Officer designed the DB11 in 2016 to be the ‘most alluring DB to date’, and they have definitely succeeded in doing so. With a very similar power setup to the DBS, the DB11 embodies more of the brand. Marek Reichman, CCO of Aston Martin, stated “Proportion is the bedrock of this car. DB11 is a piece of sculpture to me.”.
Released in 1972, the Vantage has been known to be Aston Martin’s more aggressive model. With more body lines and a more track based setup, the Vantage embodies the performance focus and F1 history of the brand. The newest generation of the Vantage features more aggressive lines and a large wing, and generates over 700-horsepower from a 5.2L V12 bi-turbo with an engineering towards performance.
This car is the result of the collaboration between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing, both influencing brands within the F1 industry. With only 999 released, this uniquely styled Aston embodies the brand and the sport of F1. This hybrid track-based Aston generates 937-horsepower from a 4.0L twin-turbo V8 paired to a 400V battery hybrid system. The Valhalla can reach up to 217mph and reaches 62mph in under 2.5-seconds.
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