Henrik Fisker is back in the business of modifying cars for the style-obsessed one-percent, and this time he's taking an Aston Martin Vanquish and adding his patented blend of putting style over substance.
A scream rang from across the canyons. A dull roar, really, dull only because I haven't yet punched it, sitting Right Here in an Aston Martin Vanquish, and I am in a devastating, crippling traffic jam that only the Malibu hills could provide: Ferrari 430, McLaren MP4-12C, Nissan GTR, Maserati GranTurismo…
Every onlooker gawks with obvious jealousy at the curvy rolling statue Aston Martin created and then, for some reason, loaned to me for a weekend. Jealous of what, exactly? I'm frankly terrified of having to dodge a million ankle-deep potholes and trying not to scratch the carbon fiber bumper against a cab. The Aston…
With its annual Christmas Book, Neiman Marcus has released a list of extravagant gifts you could give yourself this year. One of which is a $344,500 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante, which is probably the most rational item on the list.
I can tell you right off the bat that my favorite Aston Martin is the V12 Vantage. It's a manic machine with a short wheelbase and a monster motor. It's not the best Aston though, because it still suffers from the same issues that affect all of the current crop of cars from Gaydon. The center stack is fitted with…
Can you see the number "925" engraved under the the tiny Aston Martin wing on the top of the normal size Aston Martin wing? That's there to tell you it's made of sterling silver, and the Vanquish glued to it is in fact a Centenary Edition.
Aston Martins have gotten a bit stale over the last few years as the company plans for the future, but that doesn't mean they don't still look amazing. Take the Aston Martin Vanquish. Yes, it's only producing 565 horsepower from its massive V12, but it's still like a giant bespoke condom.
Yesterday we found out that Aston Martin's new flagship supercar isn't as fast as its steroidal competitors. Do we care? Hell no — just look at this thing.
It’s a dream come true for petrolheads who love both understated style and complete control: Aston Martin offers a factory conversion service to ditch the Vanquish’s semi-automatic gearbox for a stick.
Light graffiti is the art of combining long-exposure photographs with high-intensity light sources waved around in thin air to create an image when the shutter closes. Very cool. Even cooler when you're drawing some seriously spectacular cars.