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Aston Martin delays first EV for lack of demand

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Aston Martin is delaying the launch of its first volume EV by a year, citing lack of demand. Aston Martin will still rely on Lucid for some powertrain components under an agreement put in.

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Aston Martin to develop high performance battery technology with Britishvolt

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Aston Martin will develop bespoke high-performance battery cell technology alongside Britishvolt. A joint research and development team from Aston Martin and Britishvolt will design, develop, and industrialize battery packs, including bespoke modules and a battery management system.

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Aston Martin announces Racing.Green. sustainability strategy

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Aston Martin announced its new sustainability strategy, Racing.Green. formalizes core principles, aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, that reflect Aston Martin’s established approach to sustainability and sets new targets across all aspects of the business. Launched on Earth Day, Racing.Green.

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Report: Aston Martin Actually Won’t Be Going All Electric

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Despite previously having vowed to offer an entirely electric lineup by 2030, Aston Martin has decided to continue selling internal-combustion vehicles beyond the next decade. But Aston Martin already moves too much metal, presumably requiring it to create a specialty subbrand selling a limited number of combustion vehicles each year.

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Bentley CEO Jumps Ship for Aston Martin

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It didn’t play well in the media and Hallmark has reportedly left the brand and since taken up with Aston Martin. Considering Aston Martin scooped Hallmark up just days after he left Bentley, it would seem that at least some of the parties involved have been considering a management change for quite some time.

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Mercedes-Benz AG and Aston Martin to expand technology partnership and shareholding; hybrid and electric powertrains

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Mercedes-Benz AG and Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings plc announced a new strategic technology agreement and an enhanced partnership. Access to these technologies will be granted in exchange for new shares in Aston Martin, issued in several stages over the next 3 years, up to a total value of £286 million (US$373 million).

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Performance details on the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar hybrid powertrain; 1,160 bhp

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The heart of the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar’s hybrid powertrain ( earlier post ) is a clean-sheet Cosworth-built 65° naturally aspirated 6.5-liter In the Aston Martin Valkyrie many key components do more than one job. liter V12 engine. —David King, Vice President & Special Vehicle Operations Officer.