James Bond is back, and Skyfall looks like it's going to be pretty awesome. Anything that starts off with the world's greatest secret agent getting shot in the chest has our undivided attention.
With ever tightening restrictions on emissions, supercar makers have been forced to get creative to adhere to the restrictions. But does a vehicle with no engine actually count?
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?
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.
More than 40 classic cars owned by former Ford board member Mike Dingman were sold today as part of a two-day auction event in Hampton, NH that also offered an unbelievable collection of automobilia and neon signs.
The last vehicle sold just a short while ago and we thought we'd share the results of a few of our…
It's no secret that barn finds are currently in favor with car collectors, but once a car is unearthed after a lengthy storage the question becomes what to do with the car.
Seeing a huge classic car collection go up for auction makes me wonder if someone died. But 81-year-old Mike Dingman, a 21-year veteran of Ford Motor Company's Board of Directors, is alive and well and wants to thin out his fleet a bit.
Okay, so it's actually an Aston Martin DB7 that's been cut down to the right size and rebuilt with a carbon fiber DB4 Zagato shell. Same 93" wheelbase, new V12 and new (comparative) reliability. Do want.
When you think of James bond and Aston Martins, no doubt the iconic and gadget-laden DB5 comes to mind. Truth be told, when Ian Fleming wrote the novel Goldfinger, he drove a DB Mark III, just like today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe contender. But the question is, will this one's price make it easy to bond with?
A lot of the appeal of project cars that are far beyond saving to any rational human being is they are usually pretty cheap to buy—even if ownership quickly becomes expensive.
As far as movie cars go, James Bond's rides rank as some of the coolest vehicles to ever tear across the silver screen. And now you can bring home a tiny version of those white knuckle chase scenes with Scalextric's new James Bond slot cars.
A week ago, England's National Motor Museum brought out four Bond girls to open its "Bond In Motion" exhibition showing off vehicles from the movie franchise.
Just because you're behind the wheel of a $1.7 million supercar doesn't mean you know how to drive it. Watch as the driver of this Aston Martin One-77 repeatedly stalling on the streets of Paris.
Henry Ford created a monster.
A 1965 Aston Martin DB5 formerly owned by George Harrison sold for an impressive £350,000 ($549,045) at auction Wednesday. Although silver DB5s are perhaps best known for their appearance in early James Bond films "Goldfinger" and "Thunderball", this particular car is a celebrity on its own.
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.