Ferrari, Aston Martin, Maserati sales soar in China as rich snub austerity pushThu, 20, Apr 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 surviveMon, 20, Feb 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.
Aston Martin looks to leverage Daimler technology without being boughtFri, 17, Feb 2017
First Shift: UAW plans 'Buy American' ad pushFri, 17, Feb 2017
Aston Martin expects return to profitability in 2018Thu, 16, Feb 2017
Aston Martin recruits former Ferrari, Maserati exec as chief technical officerFri, 09, Dec 2016
Aston Martin shifts beyond James Bond with boats, baby strollersFri, 02, Sep 2016
Aston Martin, known for sports cars used in James Bond films, is expanding outside the motorway with a push into yachts, apartments and handbags, as the British manufacturer shifts its sights from rival Ferrari to the likes of Hermes.
Palmer will get up close and personal with DB11sMon, 25, Jul 2016
Aston Martin, Red Bull unveil $4 million supercarTue, 05, Jul 2016
Aston Martin and the Red Bull Racing F1 team jointly revealed a supercar concept that is expected to offer up to 1000 hp from its V-12 engine and cost between 2 million and 3 million pounds ($2.6 million $3.9 million) when it goes on sale in 2019.
Aston Martin CEO sees short-run lift from BrexitMon, 04, Jul 2016
Aston CEO sees short-term Brexit gainFri, 01, Jul 2016
Aston Martin will see a short-term financial gain from the crash in the pound's value following the UK's decision to leave the European Union, CEO Andy Palmer said. “A weak pound obviously helps our exports in terms of profit-per-unit,” Palmer told Automotive News Europe.
Aston Martin's financial losses nearly doubleMon, 27, Jun 2016
Aston Martin made a pre-tax loss of 127.9 million pounds in 2015, the fifth consecutive year the company has failed to make a profit, as the number of cars it sold fell and as it invests in expansion. Last year, the automaker reported a pre-tax loss of 71.8 million pounds.