November 16, 2018

Aston Martin Looking To Build Seven-Model Range

isn’t keen on calling it a lineup overhaul, but it might as well admit to it after announcing plans to build a seven-model lineup that effectively signals the start of a new era for the British luxury brand.

Speaking with Car & Driver, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer laid out the plans for the new model range, beginning with the replacement of the existing That model will retain the same name and is expected to launch in 2017. More importantly, it’s going to use the sourced 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine, the first Aston Martin to use this specific powertrain. Accompanying the new engine will be a choice of either manual and automatic gearboxes. As for the V-12 version of the Vantage is concerned, Aston Martin hasn’t made plans known for that car, that is if it has plans to begin with. In any event, the release of the replacement Vantage will be followed by another replacement model.

Once the hits the market, Aston Martin will turn its focus on new . That car won’t be launched until 2018, and at this point, not much is known about the technical side of the It is important to note that Palmer himself singled out the next-generation Vanquish as the likeliest model to receive some of the technologies that come out of the Two sourced techs that are reportedly being considered for the new Vanquish include structural carbon fiber and KERS

Beyond these two models, Aston Martin is also busy preparing the which we first saw at the The long-awaited replacement for the will be powered by a newly developed 5.2-liter turbocharged V-12 engine and is scheduled to arrive around the same time as the next-generation Vantage. A V-8 version is also reportedly in the cards, but a timetable for that model is still up in the air.

Rounding out the seven-model range are two models that we already know about: the and the electric The remaining models are still shrouded in secrecy, but there is some indication that they could be the V-12 version of the Vantage and the V-8 version of the DB11. Another possibility is a production version of the Whether any of these possibilities come to bear is still a matter of debate, but we do know that the the 99-piece hypercar Aston Martin is developing with Red Bull, is unlikely to be part of the seven models due to its limited run.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.


Aston Martin Looking To Build Seven-Model Range

isn’t keen on calling it a lineup overhaul, but it might as well admit to it after announcing plans to build a seven-model lineup that effectively signals the start of a new era for the British luxury brand.

Speaking with Car & Driver, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer laid out the plans for the new model range, beginning with the replacement of the existing That model will retain the same name and is expected to launch in 2017. More importantly, it’s going to use the sourced 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine, the first Aston Martin to use this specific powertrain. Accompanying the new engine will be a choice of either manual and automatic gearboxes. As for the V-12 version of the Vantage is concerned, Aston Martin hasn’t made plans known for that car, that is if it has plans to begin with. In any event, the release of the replacement Vantage will be followed by another replacement model.

Once the hits the market, Aston Martin will turn its focus on new . That car won’t be launched until 2018, and at this point, not much is known about the technical side of the It is important to note that Palmer himself singled out the next-generation Vanquish as the likeliest model to receive some of the technologies that come out of the Two sourced techs that are reportedly being considered for the new Vanquish include structural carbon fiber and KERS

Beyond these two models, Aston Martin is also busy preparing the which we first saw at the The long-awaited replacement for the will be powered by a newly developed 5.2-liter turbocharged V-12 engine and is scheduled to arrive around the same time as the next-generation Vantage. A V-8 version is also reportedly in the cards, but a timetable for that model is still up in the air.

Rounding out the seven-model range are two models that we already know about: the and the electric The remaining models are still shrouded in secrecy, but there is some indication that they could be the V-12 version of the Vantage and the V-8 version of the DB11. Another possibility is a production version of the Whether any of these possibilities come to bear is still a matter of debate, but we do know that the the 99-piece hypercar Aston Martin is developing with Red Bull, is unlikely to be part of the seven models due to its limited run.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.


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Aston Martin Looking To Build Seven-Model Range

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