Aston Martin is ready to give the bell in the coming months. This summer, it will reveal game-changing advancements in the auto industry. The president of the brand, Lawrence Stroll (well-known father of Fernando Alonso’s teammate driver) has confirmed that an innovative electric car and avant-garde improvements of its current models are coming. Get ready for this revolution!
Aston Martin DB11, Vantage and DBS
The next updates of the DB11, Vantage and DBS will soon take centre stage in the vehicle range in collaboration with Mercedes-AMG. With an all-electric supercar arriving during the summer, British firm Aston Martin is taking steps towards electrification with its iconic Rapide E as a precursor.
Although the date is still unknown, it promises to be an interesting day with the presentation of the brand’s novelties. Aston Martin looks to the future with hybrid and electric vehicles, while maintaining its commitment to its combustion engine history. Stoll indicated that they will be “a clear example of the vision” developed over more than 3 years. Impatient to know more?
Countdown to Aston Martin Valhalla
And that’s not all… Aston Martin’s Valhalla hypercar, which goes on sale in 2024, is also expected to be seen live during the update day. The model will combine a Mercedes-AMG twin-turbo V6, two synchronous electric motors and a high-performance Rimac battery to deliver up to 986 hp.
Aston Martin’s goal for the Valhalla model is to offer a game-changing option compared to supercars from Ferrari, McLaren and Mercedes. Without a doubt, the Valhalla will be a tempting alternative given its positioning below the ultra-powerful Valkyrie in its range!
Regarding the electric model, Lawrence Stroll has remained tight-lipped about the details. What is known is that it will be between the two cars that will be launched before 2025 as part of a new electrification plan. This change from the original vision of its previous CEO and president revolves around the resurgence of Lagonda as an all-electric sub-brand.
With details or not, what is certain is that the Aston Martin family will be expanded in the near future, starting with an elegant sports car. Manufactured exclusively at the Gaydon plant in the UK, it will be quickly followed by an exciting crossover model from St Athan, joining its well-received DBX counterpart and further strengthening the brand’s position in Europe.
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Seen by many as a symbol of status and good taste due to its long history and the quality of its vehicles, the Aston Martin brand has long been associated with luxury, elegance and sophistication. His models have even been considered authentic works of art!