Creating even just few minutes long car videos week after week is a demanding job, as demonstrated here by XCAR, who foolishly decided to visit Wales with an open-top Aston Martin V12 Vantage. In January.
This is the brand new, limited-edition Aston Martin Vantage GT3. It's like a Porsche 911 GT3 RS, but with twice the cylinders.
In my first full day as your humble weekend Jalop, it pains me to bring you all sad news. Aston Martin has reportedly discontinued the V12 Vantage, and thus it departs from our earthly realm.
Competing in one of the most desirable cars there is at the coolest endurance race in the world is every gearhead's dream. What does it actually take for two young drivers to race a V12 Aston Martin at the Green Hell?
Belgian police tracked down this speeder after he posted a video online of a 182mph joyride in a $257,000 Aston Martin. Thanks to the car's rarity, police easily identified his license plate from other Facebook videos. Now he faces losing his license and the car.
Aston Martin wants to assure you the same V12 powers not only the V12 Vantage, but also its LMP1 race car. So it brought both of them out on a typically rainy afternoon. They can't all be sunny days, right?
I'm crouched in the footwell of an Aston Martin V12 Vantage hammering across a dry lakebed at 140 mph, wondering why I'm not a Top Gear presenter, which, I can now confirm, is the greatest job... in the world.
The Aston Martin DBS and V12 Vantage Carbon Black special editions come with a color coat taking 50 man-hours of hand painting to create. It's the perfect gift for the Aston Martin owner who has everything but meticulous, unnecessary labor.
This weekend's season 13 finale of Top Gear featured an HSV Maloo (the Aussie El Camino), Jay Leno in the reasonably-priced car and Clarkson saying goodbye to the super car — and perhaps to Top Gear itself. Let's watch.