Eight new games will arrive by 2026

Eight new games will arrive by 2026

Lawrence Stroll, the owner of Aston Martin, intends to restore the image of the brand with a new range and new sports.

We’re just over two weeks away from the presentation of the Aston Martin DB12, the direct successor to the DB11. An important model for the Gaydon company, which will signal the start of a new, very comprehensive range.

According to Lawrence Stroll, boss of Aston Martin, during the “Future of the car” summit organized by the Financial Times, the British company is preparing to launch seven more models by 2026with the DB12, a rate of more than two new models per year.

Several GTs, but not only

“We will introduce new technologies, integrate features from Formula 1 and continue to grow the market with more luxury models”Said Lawrence Stroll of future Aston Martin models. These new features will arrive on the future DB12 therefore, but also the Vantage and the next DBS, with different variants.

The manager then announced the arrival of a model described as “on GT”. A unique, versatile Aston Martin “Luxury and high performance”. All these models will have innovative new technologies and will meet the needs of customers in this region.

Among the new Aston Martins, usually there will be an electric sports car. Scheduled for 2025, we don’t know much about it yet, but we should know more on June 27 during the investor press conference.

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From Formula 1 to the road

At the top of the column should be a new mid-engine carclosely related technically to the one-seater Formula 1. We are not talking about the Valkyrie or even the Valhalla, of which Aston Martin plans an annual production of 1,200 and 1,500 units, but of an even more exclusive new model.

He can be The most expensive Aston Martin in historyat an estimated price of around three million pounds (about 3.4 million euros).