Aston, Rolls spar over visions of tomorrow's superluxe sedanMarch 18
Aston Martin revives Lagonda as ultraluxury electric brandMarch 6
Aston Martin needs 'big brother' to survive autonomous waveFeb. 27
Aston Martin is looking for a "big brother" partner to survive as a low-volume, luxury automaker, even after it posted its first profit in eight years and prepares for a potential initial public offering. The company's pretax profit swung to 87 million pounds ($121 million) last year from a loss of 163 million pounds in 2016.
Aston Martin seeks EV partner in ChinaFeb. 2
Aston Martin reshapes Vantage to lure younger buyersNov. 21, 2017
Aston Martin may join Audi, Jaguar in Formula EOct. 6, 2017
Aston Martin trying to mitigate Brexit risk with U.S. sales driveAug. 28, 2017
Aston Martin scales back plans for Tesla rival after losing LeEco backingJune 27, 2017
Racing affords Aston Martin CEO opportunity to assess cars at their limitMay 22, 2017
Ferrari, Aston Martin, Maserati sales soar in China as rich snub austerity pushApril 20, 2017
Sales of high-end sports cars from automakers including Ferrari, Aston Martin, Maserati and McLaren are soaring in China, four years after China's President Xi Jinping started cracking down on corruption and conspicuous consumption in the world's No. 1 market.
CEO: Aston doesn't need merger to surviveFeb. 20, 2017
Cooperation with a larger automaker, however - gaining access to large automaker technologies - is Aston Martin's path to future success, CEO Andy Palmer told the first Automotive News Canada Congress here last week.