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Aston Martin Car Models

Aston martin 2010:
Aston martin V12 Vantage
Aston martin Rapide
Aston martin One-77
Aston martin DBS Volante

Aston Martin 2009:
• Aston martin Vantage GT4
• Aston martin Martin V8 Vantage Roadster
• Aston martin Martin V8 Vantage
• Aston martin Lagonda Concept
• Aston martin DB9 Volante
• Aston martin DB9

Aston 2008:

• Aston martin V8 Vantage N400
• Aston martin DBS Racing Green
• Aston martin DBS Lightning Silver
• Aston martin DBS Infa Red
• Aston martin DBS
• Aston martin DB9 LM

Aston Martin 2007:
• Aston martin V8 Vantage Roadster
• Aston martin V8 Vantage N24
• Aston martin V8 Vantage
• Aston martin V12 Vantage RS Concept
• Aston martin DBS
• Aston martin DB9 Volante
• Aston martin DB9
• Aston martin Rapide Concept

Aston Martin 2006:
• Aston martin DBRS9

Aston Martin 2005:
• Aston martin V8 Vantage
• Aston martin DBR9

Aston Martin 2004:
• Aston martin Zagato Vanquish Roadster Concept
• Aston martin Vanquish S V12
• Aston martin DBR9 Prototype
• Aston martin DB9 Volante
• Aston martin DB9

Aston Martin 2003:
• DB AR1
• DB7 GT
• AMV8 Concept Car

Aston Martin 2002:
• DB7 Vantage Zagato

Aston Martin 2001:
• V12 Vanquish

Aston Martin 1999:
• V8 Vantage Le Mans
• DB7 Vantage Volante
• DB7 Vantage

Aston Martin 1998:
• Project Vantage Concept Car

Aston Martin 1997:
• DB7 Volante

Aston Martin 1996:
• V8 Coupe

Aston Martin 1994:
- DB7 -
Aston Martin 1993:
- Lagonda Vignale Concept Car -
Aston Martin 1992:
- V8 Vantage Volante LWB - V8 Vantage -
Aston Martin 1990:
- Virage Volante -
Aston Martin 1989:
- AMR1 -
Aston Martin 1988:
- Virage -
Aston Martin 1987:
- V8 Zagato Volante -
Aston Martin 1986:
- V8 Zagato - V8 Vantage Volante -
Aston Martin 1980:
- Bulldog Concept Car -
Aston Martin 1978:
- V8 Volante -
Aston Martin 1977:
- V8 Vantage -
Aston Martin 1976:
- Lagonda -
Aston Martin 1973:
- V8 -
Aston Martin 1967:
- DBS -
Aston Martin 1966:
- DBSC Touring - DB6 Volante SWB - DB6 Volante -
Aston Martin 1965:
- DB6 -
Aston Martin 1963:
- DB5 -
Aston Martin 1961:
DB4 GT Zagato -
Aston Martin 1959:
- DBR4 - DBR1 - DB4 GT -
Aston Martin 1958:
- DB4 -
Aston Martin 1957:
- DB Mark III -
Aston Martin 1953:
- DB3S -
Aston Martin 1951:
- DB3 -
Aston Martin 1950:
- DB2 -
Aston Martin 1948:
- DB1 -
Aston Martin 1939:
- Lagonda V12 Rapide -
Aston Martin 1934:
- Lagonda M45 Tourer -
Aston Martin 1915:
- Coal Scuttle -

Aston Martin is a name that needs little introduction. It has always stood for fine, civilized high performance sports cars, designed and produced by skilled craftsmen. There is a special place in the market and in the hearts of owners for classic sports cars which conform to this ideal. These are cars which bring to life the freedom and enjoyment of the open road.

Even so, every Aston Martin is very much a product of today’s technology. New resources and new investment in the latest computer aided design and engineering facilities, in statistical process control and many other leading edge disciplines ­are ensuring that for Aston Martin, the future is every bit as bright as its illustrious past .

Aston Martin Today - 'Over the past nine decades, Aston Martin has witnessed many changes. In a long and distinguished history, Aston Martin has seen some good times and some not so good times.

The fact that Aston Martin has survived is testament to the strength and resolve of everyone who has ever been involved with the company: customers and employees alike.

We are passionate about the cars we produce and we know this is a passion shared by our enthusiastic owners. All of our sports cars will continue to be hand-built and bespoke but using high technology processes in a very modern environment.

That ethos goes right back to 1914 and the very beginnings of the company. Our founders, Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, believed that a sports car should have a distinctive and individual character. They felt it should be built to the highest standards and be exhilarating to drive and own – many things have changed over the ensuing ninety plus years, but those goals are still very relevant to us today.

An Aston Martin combines three important elements: power, beauty and soul. Aston Martins are truly special – they always have been and always will be.'
Dr Ulrich Bez, Chief Executive Officer, Aston Martin

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