It’s a rite of passage for every car enthusiast to experience the sheer thrill of going full throttle in the land that time forgot, also known as the Bonneville salt flats. However, since most of us have things called jobs and responsibilities, we’ll have to live vicariously through the antics of one quirky automotive…
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again: Lone Star Le Mans week at Circuit of the Americas. The World Endurance Championship’s lone stop in the United States, plus a horde of IMSA’s biggest sportscar series. We’ll be there all week because Le Mans cars at sunset are magical. Here’s an Aston Martin from last…
When Aston Martin dropped the manual from its V12 Vantage in 2014 leaving only a seven-speed automated manual, the world became a darker, sadder place. Then Porsche showed us an automatic-only GT3 RS, and all hope was lost, sending car enthusiasts around the world searching for therapists.
There will be a maximum of 150 examples of the Aston Martin AM-RB 001, the hollowed-out hypercar with the name of an industrial process robot. Which is really, just incredibly tragic for at least 300 rich people, who will not be able to buy one until they come up used.
If, for some unholy reason, you weren’t too flummoxed by the amazing Aston Martin and Red Bull Formula One-inspired hypercar project with a one-to-one power-to-weight ratio, Mercedes-AMG is developing a F1-inspired hypercar project with a one-to-one power-to-weight ratio, too.
We’ve seen the glorious Aston Martin DB11 already. In fact, we’ve met one, too. We got to listen to it. It sounded great. So, why are there two mules, one camouflaged and one not, running around in this video at the Nürburgring with V8 noises blowing out?
If you head over to Red Bull Racing’s career page right now, you’d see a section labeled “AM-RB 001 Engineers,” and if you clicked on that, you’d be brought to a page where Red Bull is looking for engineers with experience in hybrid powertrains—not that we should be expecting anything else.
There’s a certain amount of cringe factor when it comes to expensive things meeting their end in an undignified way. It’s the train wreck that you would never wish on your worst enemy, but for some reason, can never look away from. Case in point: this Aston Martin V12 that met its untimely end with its internal engine…
This is the the Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Volante, which is the convertible encore to the limited-run Vanquish Zagato Coupe we fell in love with earlier this year.
Aston Martin boss Andy Palmer, notoriously cool dude and runner by necessity, has promised seven new Aston Martin models to grace the lineup in the next seven years. Get excited.
If cars could be supermodels, this one takes the cake. I could spend all day looking at this thing.
It’s going to be hard to say goodbye to this one.
Ladies and gentlemen, my Aston Martin and I have returned from our 1,600-mile journey into the Maine wilderness. It was a wonderful trip with my fiancée that included lots of excitement, and adventure, and only one unscheduled repair stop at a rural discount tire shop next to an abandoned lot filled with Volkswagens.
Well, that sure happened quick: someone is already going to sell their violently purple, 800-horsepower Aston Martin Vulcan at the Mecum Monterey Auction in August.
“Insane” gets tossed around so much on the internet that it barely means anything anymore. But I can’t think of a better word to describe the long-awaited hypercar collaboration between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing, because it has a high-revving naturally aspirated V12 engine, a 1:1 power-to-weight ratio, and at…
In approximately four hours, I’ll be leaving on a long road trip to drive my Aston Martin into the Maine wilderness on its longest, most grueling road trip yet. This will be a momentous occasion, as I do not believe my Aston Martin has ever personally met a moose. It will also be a serious, highly important test of…
The ravishing Aston Martin Vanquish as rebodied by the Italian dreamweavers at Zagato bowed at the Villa d’Este Concorso d’Eleganza last month as a showpiece. As in “look, don’t touch” forever. But today it’s been confirmed that a few lucky owners will be able to take one home and get their grubby mitts all over it.