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New flagship super-GT has world-class fast grand touring capability, handling and driver involvement. Will Aston’s Vanquish successor be the third hit in a row for its second-century plan?
Aston Martin’s cheapest model takes a big step up into the 21st century
The last hurrah for the current Aston Martin Vantage adds the track-ready GT8 to the range
Aston kicks off its ‘second century plan’ with an all-new turbo V12 grand tourer
An emotional purchase rather than a rational one, but for the super-rich, super-exclusive customers who'll own the Lagonda Taraf, it's just what they're after
This is Bond’s first bespoke company car, courtesy of Q branch, but is it also his best? We asked the man himself to find out
Aston Martin adds power to and removes weight from the V12 Vantage S to make a hardcore, track-focused special
All the goodness of a V8 Vantage S in a marginally cheaper package
This is the latest and greatest Aston Martin, which is pitched straight at the likes of the Porsche 911 Turbo
Open-top Vanquish excels as a fine-looking potent cruiser, but Aston isn’t the showstopper that its £200k price demands
Is the revived Aston Martin Vanquish a worthy successor to the range-topping Aston DBS?
The Aston Martin DB9 matches the emotion of a Ferrari but it adds practicality and offers an experience unmatched for versatility and all-round appeal
We test the one-off V12-engined Aston Martin Rapide Shooting Brake Bertone Jet 2+2
Gaydon’s four-door grand tourer gets more power and panache, but hasn't evolved to quite the same transformative degree as its main rival, the second-generation Porsche Panamera
Does the Aston Martin Vantage Roadster have the desirability of its coupé sibling?
The Aston Martin Virage is a very good car, but it could have been a great one
The Aston Martin Vantage has an abundance of soul, and decent ability with it
The Aston Martin Rapide is beautifully styled and brilliantly accomplished
Aston Martin’s greatest ever GT car might have a sharper edge than the DB9, but its natural environment is the open road rather than the track
The Aston Martin Cygnet is perfect for inner-city fans of the brand. For the rest, it's an expensive and quirky distraction