The Aston Martin Vanquish Volante Q which demonstrates the ability of the brand’s bespoke division, is in attendance at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor..

After the sale of Aston Martin in 2007, Ford continued to support the British supercar maker with engines. Ford builds Aston Martin V8 and V12 engines..

If the Aston Martin Vanquish is too mainstream for you, then don’t be disappointed for the British supercar maker has come up with a dramatic open..

The Aston Martin Rapide Shooting Brake, well actually the Bertone Jet 2+2 which was a one-off car built by Italian design house Bertone was showcased at..

[Can’t watch the video? Head to Youtube] Aston Martin has just unveiled the new V12 Vantage S which emerges as the fastest ever road going Aston..

We brought you the teaser of an Aston Martin concept that was a part of the brand’s centenary year celebrations. The Aston Martin CC100 which celebrates..

Aston Martin is finally getting its act together under the new ownership of Investindustrial. The British marque is celebrating its centenary year and..

The centenary celebration of a brand as sexy as Aston Martin definitely asks for a super sexy special edition and that is exactly what the Aston Martin Vanquish Centenary Edition promises to be. The Vanquish Centenary Edition was unveiled online and the car makes its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Only 100 models of the car will be built making it extremely exclusive. Whats..

We now know that the heritage rich Aston Martin brand is owned by the Italian private equity firm Investindustrial. The firm edged Mahindra in a bid to acquire 37.5% of the stake in Aston Martin, becoming the co-owner of the British marque along with Kuwaiti firm Investment Dar. Investindustrial’s trump card was a possible technical collaboration with AMG. Investindustrial..

We asked our readers to stay tuned to know about the fate of Aston Martin and as we promised, here is the update, the drama has finally ended. The Italian private equity firm which was giving Mahindra a tough fight in the run to acquire Aston Martin has finally emerged as the winner. The firm who previously owned Ducati before selling it to Audi AG for a sum of $1.1 billion..