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 track-only, $100,000-plus piece of art is set to enter production this fall.
It's only meant for track duty, but at over $100,000, we doubt many will be ridden in anger.
We love the looks of the Vantage, but gosh we'd prefer a brighter color.
Aston's second entry into its rebirth is a likeable, personable thing that struggles only when it's trying to play nice.
The new powerplant will be electrified and eventually find its way into several mid-engine Aston sports cars.
Based on the Vantage, this roofless creation is limited to 88 units and will cost $950,000.
If the DBX's standard options list isn't enough, you can commission custom colors, trims and options for your new SUV.
The British automaker is revealing bespoke commission options for its new SUV at the Geneva Motor Show.