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About Aston Martin

Aston Martin Lagonda Limited is a British manufacturer of luxury performance cars, whose headquarters are at Gaydon, Warwickshire, England. The company name is derived from the Aston Clinton hill climb and one of the company's founders, Lionel Martin.

From 1994 until 2007 Aston Martin was part of the Premier Automotive Group, a division of the Ford Motor Company. On 12 March 2007, it was purchased by a British consortium led by David Richards of Prodrive for £479 million.

History

Foundation

Aston Martin was founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford. The two had joined forces as Bamford & Martin the previous year to sell cars made by Singer from premises in Callow Street, London where they also serviced GWK and Calthorpe vehicles. Martin raced specials at Aston Hill near Aston Clinton, and the pair decided to make their own vehicles. The first car to be named Aston Martin was created by Martin by fitting a four-cylinder Coventry-Simplex engine to the chassis of a 1908 Isotta-Fraschini. They acquired premises at Henniker Place in Kensington and produced their first car in March 1915. Production could not start because of the outbreak of World War I, and Martin joined the Admiralty and Bamford the Royal Army Service Corps. All machinery was sold to the Sopwith Aviation Company.

Inter war years

After the war the company was refounded at Abingdon Road, Kensington and a new car designed to carry the Aston-Martin name. Bamford left in 1920 and the company was revitalised with funding from Count Louis Zborowski. In 1922, Bamford & Martin produced cars to compete in the French Grand Prix, and the cars set world speed and endurance records at Brooklands. Three works Team Cars with 16 valve twin cam engines were built for racing and record breaking: chassis number 1914, later developed as the Green Pea; chassis number 1915, the Razor Blade record car; and chassis number 1916, later developed as the Halford Special. Approximately 55 cars were built for sale in two configurations, long chassis and short chassis. The company went bankrupt in 1924 and was bought by Lady Charnwood, who put her son John Benson on the board. The company failed again in 1925 and the factory closed in 1926, with Lionel Martin leaving.

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2-door
2-seat
V12 48v 5.9L      M-6
388.0 kW / 520.3 hp / 520.3 hp  555.0 N·m / 409.3 lb·ft / 409.3 lb·ft
   

Aston Martin Vanquish S (2004)

2-door 2-seater coupé, 12-cylinder 48-valve V engine, 5934 cm3 / 362.1 cu in / 362.1 cu in, 388.0 kW / 520.3 hp / 520.3 hp @ 7000 rpm / 7000 rpm / 7000 rpm, 555.0 N·m / 409.3 lb·ft / 409.3 lb·ft @ 5800 rpm / 5800 rpm / 5800 rpm, manual 6-speed transmission, rear wheel drive, 321 km/h / 200 mph / 200 mph top speed

2-door
2-seat
V12 48v 5.9L DOHC M-6
388.0 kW / 520.3 hp / 520.3 hp  577.0 N·m / 425.6 lb·ft / 425.6 lb·ft
18.8 l/100km / 15.0 mpg-UK / 12.5 mpg-US  

Aston Martin Vanquish S V12 (2007)

2-door 2-seater coupé, petrol (gasoline) 12-cylinder 48-valve V engine, DOHC (double overhead camshafts, twin cam), 5935 cm3 / 362.2 cu in / 362.2 cu in, 388.0 kW / 520.3 hp / 520.3 hp @ 7000 rpm / 7000 rpm / 7000 rpm, 577.0 N·m / 425.6 lb·ft / 425.6 lb·ft @ 5800 rpm / 5800 rpm / 5800 rpm, manual 6-speed transmission, rear wheel drive, 333 km/h / 207 mph / 207 mph top speed, consumption 18.8 l/100km / 15.0 mpg-UK / 12.5 mpg-US

2-door
2-seat
V12 48v 5.9L DOHC M-6
338.0 kW / 453.3 hp / 453.3 hp  542.0 N·m / 399.8 lb·ft / 399.8 lb·ft
16.7 l/100km / 16.9 mpg-UK / 14.1 mpg-US  

Aston Martin Vanquish V12 (2001)

2-door 2-seater coupé, petrol (gasoline) 12-cylinder 48-valve V engine, DOHC (double overhead camshafts, twin cam), 5935 cm3 / 362.2 cu in / 362.2 cu in, 338.0 kW / 453.3 hp / 453.3 hp @ 6800 rpm / 6800 rpm / 6800 rpm, 542.0 N·m / 399.8 lb·ft / 399.8 lb·ft @ 5000 rpm / 5000 rpm / 5000 rpm, manual 6-speed transmission, rear wheel drive, 322 km/h / 200 mph / 200 mph top speed, consumption 16.7 l/100km / 16.9 mpg-UK / 14.1 mpg-US

2-door
2-seat
V12 48v 5.9L DOHC M-6
338.0 kW / 453.3 hp / 453.3 hp  542.0 N·m / 399.8 lb·ft / 399.8 lb·ft
16.7 l/100km / 16.9 mpg-UK / 14.1 mpg-US  

Aston Martin Vanquish V12 (2002)

2-door 2-seater coupé, petrol (gasoline) 12-cylinder 48-valve V engine, DOHC (double overhead camshafts, twin cam), 5934 cm3 / 362.1 cu in / 362.1 cu in, 338.0 kW / 453.3 hp / 453.3 hp @ 6800 rpm / 6800 rpm / 6800 rpm, 542.0 N·m / 399.8 lb·ft / 399.8 lb·ft @ 5000 rpm / 5000 rpm / 5000 rpm, manual 6-speed transmission, rear wheel drive, 322 km/h / 200 mph / 200 mph top speed, consumption 16.7 l/100km / 16.9 mpg-UK / 14.1 mpg-US

2-door
2-seat
V12 48v 5.9L DOHC M-6
343.0 kW / 460.0 hp / 460.0 hp  542.0 N·m / 399.8 lb·ft / 399.8 lb·ft
16.7 l/100km / 16.9 mpg-UK / 14.1 mpg-US  

Aston Martin Vanquish V12 (2004)

2-door 2-seater coupé, petrol (gasoline) 12-cylinder 48-valve V engine, DOHC (double overhead camshafts, twin cam), 5932 cm3 / 362.0 cu in / 362.0 cu in, 343.0 kW / 460.0 hp / 460.0 hp @ 6800 rpm / 6800 rpm / 6800 rpm, 542.0 N·m / 399.8 lb·ft / 399.8 lb·ft @ 5000 rpm / 5000 rpm / 5000 rpm, manual 6-speed transmission, rear wheel drive, 322 km/h / 200 mph / 200 mph top speed, consumption 16.7 l/100km / 16.9 mpg-UK / 14.1 mpg-US

2-door
2-seat
V12 48v 5.9L DOHC M-6
338.0 kW / 453.3 hp / 453.3 hp  542.0 N·m / 399.8 lb·ft / 399.8 lb·ft
16.7 l/100km / 16.9 mpg-UK / 14.1 mpg-US  

Aston Martin Vanquish V12 (2005)

2-door 2-seater coupé, petrol (gasoline) 12-cylinder 48-valve V engine, DOHC (double overhead camshafts, twin cam), 5933 cm3 / 362.1 cu in / 362.1 cu in, 338.0 kW / 453.3 hp / 453.3 hp @ 6800 rpm / 6800 rpm / 6800 rpm, 542.0 N·m / 399.8 lb·ft / 399.8 lb·ft @ 5000 rpm / 5000 rpm / 5000 rpm, manual 6-speed transmission, rear wheel drive, 322 km/h / 200 mph / 200 mph top speed, consumption 16.7 l/100km / 16.9 mpg-UK / 14.1 mpg-US

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