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  • Porsche is also calling its four-door a "coupe," and Volkswagen and Aston Martin, which is owned by Ford Motor, appear to be planning to enter this new segment as well.

    The Newest Porsche

  • Branded as the most powerful Aston Martin, which is a 200mph model that goes from 0mph to

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  • The exclusive timepiece is officially known as the Aston Martin transponder watch made by Jaeger-LeCoultre and is the perfect accompaniment to the new DBS Volante.

    Top Speed

  • How those rules are enforced will be critical for small companies such as Aston Martin, which in a statement said it was gratified that "the EPA has recognized that Aston Martin has a unique challenge due to the low volume and niche nature of our product."

    Why Sports Cars Could Cost More

  • They divested non-core brands such as Aston Martin, Jaguar, Land Rover and Volvo, reduced the number of production platforms, began consolidating both suppliers and dealers and so on.

    The Key To Successful Corporate Reorganization

  • The deal comes as global auto makers introduce smaller, lower-emission cars to meet stricter emission regulations in markets world-wide, a big challenge for makers of large, gas-guzzling automobiles such as Aston Martin, whose cars have been featured in James Bond films.

    Toyota, Aston Martin Forge Deal

  • What’s more, it’s been reported that the Aston Martin was the only one available to the crew for the film.

    SLACKERJACK – James Bunny

  • The Aston Martin is the vehicular equivalent of waving a sign that says, “I’m cool, have sex with me.”

    YesButNoButYes: Top 10 Coolest Vehicles in Film and TV

  • The application already in use at customers such as Aston Martin and Cummins provides real-time visibility throughout processes such as rework and finishing in automotive manufacturing plants, engine manufacturing plants, aircraft assembly and MRO.

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  • Brembo already has an exclusive clientele list for its carbon ceramic brake packages to the tune of more than A$122 million per year with sports car companies such as Aston Martin, Audi,

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