Cosworth-built nat-asp V12 revs to 11,100rpm.
If the government says classic cars are too polluting, Aston will fit yours with batteries.
So stare at these lovely new images of Zag’s limited edition instead.
"... And that engine, it may be a collection of cylinders, pistons and turbos, but it’s a living, breathing monster."
Here’s the first prototype of Aston’s answer to Urus and Bentayga. Like it?
New pictures may make the styling of Aston’s hypercar easier to fathom.
Special edition Aston pays tribute to 1959 Le Mans winner.
Big question is… who?
New Vantage will go up against Audi and BMW, as early as next year.
Forget the Sierra RS – Cosworth is working on £2.5m hypercars now.