Aston CEO: Mass market must adapt or dieJune 11
Andy Palmer, addressing the Automotive News Europe Congress, sounded the same worrisome themes about industry economics made famous by Sergio Marchionne, with a bit of Bob Lutz's doomsday talk thrown in.
Aston Martin CEO fears for mass-market auto brandsJune 6
Aston Martin's revived Lagonda will debut with an SUVMay 9
The big boom in ultraluxuryMay 6
Aston Martin says China spurring another horse-to-cars momentApril 25
Aston's Palmer to speak at AN Europe CongressMarch 26
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.