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Novelties: Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate

Wonders still happen

Whenever Aston Martin introduces a new model, the word is always: sold out. That was already the case with the V12 Vantage, and now it’s the same with the Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate. All 300 Coupé and 199 Roadster: already gone. We are a bit surprised that Aston Martin is doing so badly. And by that we mean really badly. More than 500 million pounds loss in the third quarter alone, debts of almost one billion pounds. And all this despite the fact that virtually all the cars are sold out before they even come onto the market? Seems a bit unbelievable to us. So it’s not the one with the losses, which are written in red on white, but the one with the demand, which is as big as an axle. There doesn’t seem to be any demand for a takeover of Aston Martin either – Mercedes once owned 20 per cent of the shares, but has since reduced this to less than 2 per cent. The largest shareholder remains Lawrence Sheldon Strulovitch (better known as Lawrence Stroll), followed by a Saudi Arabian fund and – Geely

And because the Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate is sold out, apparently, we’ll be very brief in describing the most powerful Aston ever. It is the swan song of the DBS, the 5.2-litre V12 with twin turbocharging produces 770 hp and 900 Nm of maximum torque between 1800 and 5000 rpm. That’ll have to be enough info then, we assume there’s another new special model coming soon, which is also sold out before it’s even thought of.

We do have some nice Aston Martin’s in our archive.

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