British luxury auto manufacturer Aston Martin started up in 1913. Today, the small-volume automaker is best known for its grand touring coupes and its ties to James Bond.
The British brand's first attempt at an SUV is nicely executed one.
It's as sporty and luxurious as a proper Aston Martin should be.
The interior is distinctly Aston and so is the asking price.
With less performance, way more cost and no road use available, the AMB 001 seems to lose in every category to Ducati's V4 road bike.
The wonderful Vantage coupe gets a seven-speed manual transmission option for 2020.
A seven-speed manual transmission gives the Aston Martin Vantage a bit more personality.
Only seven will be sold, and the car also comes with a special Omega watch and tickets to the premiere of No Time To Die.
No roof and as gorgeous as ever.