Aston Martin has not yet been able to impress the song, but at home in Silverstone an impressive factory is being built which is becoming increasingly popular. The team has now provided an overview of the entire construction process.
The new equipment will eventually replace the current factory, whose origins can be traced back to its beginning as Jordan in 1991. Since then, the Silverstone team has undergone many changes, from Jordan to Midland to Spyker, Force India, Racing Point and So on 2021 Aston Martin.
Owner Lawrence Stroll, who laid his hands on the team in the summer of 2018, is eager. Everything has to be done “Lawrence Stroll way,” according to the fashion billionaire. What does that mean? “That five stars is not enough. Because on top of that you have a Lawrence star,” he said at once. One of his first decisions was to replace the old factory.
The new plant, along with a new windmill, should be completed by the end of 2022 or early 2023. Construction of the entire campus is estimated to cost around 180 to 240 million euros.