Aston Martin's most important customers are way ahead of us, having taken 80 percent of the first production year's Vantages already.
Aston Martin builds a pair of one-offs every year in complete secrecy, and the next four slots are already sold. Better luck in 2020!
But not until 2021.
Andy Palmer chats with us about the upcoming Aston Martin Vantage, and of course, the outrageous Valkyrie hypercar.
The company's boss also says all of its cars will use hybrid tech by 2020.
This is our first official look at a near-production ready Aston Martin Valkyrie. Wow.
The company will also ban you from buying future special edition cars, says CEO Andy Palmer.
With its new hypercar on the way, it could mean more pure performance from Aston Martin.
Aston Martin introduces a new ultra-high-performance AMR line at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
This is your first look at the AM-RB 001, a hybrid hypercar with a naturally-aspirated V12 engine.
The wild AM-RB 001 will set the stage for a new era of mid-engine at Aston Martin.
Aston Martin hopes the DB11 will save the company. But in order for that to happen, each one needs to be perfect.
As long as Andy Palmer gets his way, you'll be able to buy a V8 Vantage with a clutch pedal and a gear lever.
Aston's CEO didn't confirm too many details on this car, but he certainly didn't deny them either.
A drop-top version of the ultimate, track-focused Vantage? Yes please.
Potential buyers were shown shown a full-size model of the F1-inspired 'Nebula' hypercar at last month's Monaco Grand Prix.
Could the spy's next ride be charged, not combusted? Perhaps, says Aston Martin's CEO.
Andy Palmer, we like the cut of your jib.
SUVs are boxes, and "boxes aren't beautiful."