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 original DBR1 remains Aston's most successful and beautiful racing car, even over 60 years after its debut.
Consisting of a DBX, two DB11s and two Vantages, these pastel Astons are finished in paint colors that have never been used before.
Commissioned by the Newport Beach dealership, these one-off cars will soon be followed by even more wild creations.
More power and upgraded chassis components round out the changes.
The company's road-going models will all be hybrid or battery-electric in the next few years.
Even though it costs about a quarter of the price, this Lincoln has several important advantages over the much more-exotic DBX.
Aston's new SUV is a solid performer.
Aston Martin's new DBX is the right car at the right time -- and it's good, too.