Back in January 2020, Aston Martin was on the brink of bankruptcy and did not have enough money to finish up the DBX factory in Wales. However, the existing shareholders and the owner of the Racing Point F1 team, Lawrence Stroll, stepped in with a combined half a billion pounds investment to save the company. This life line allowed Aston to straightened up the balance sheet, triple the stock price and as, a part of the deal with Lawrence, sign up the Racing Point team for the 2021 season. Besides, the Brits never stopped the lineup development and we will be welcoming multiple new models for the upcoming year. Today we will let you show you all of the newcomers by Aston Martin, but before we get to the episode make sure to subscribe to #ATDN and ring the bell. Let’s start the engines! This video is a part of our ongoing series about 2021 lineups from the world’s largest automakers, so check out the rest them here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_tgTMQBWpw&list=PLouyd8mRhOO4MibwCSeNweAzaob1LOIax #1 2021 Q BY ASTON MARTIN DBX Due to the aforementioned financial hardships, the DBX is arriving late as a 2021 model, but this delay gave time to introduce the last-minute refinements and expand customization options. #2 Aston Martin DB5 Continuation The DB5 earned the status of the world’s most famous car back in 1964, when it was driven by non-other than the Agent 007 in the movie Goldfinger. Back in the day 900 saloons were produced, and now 55 years [More]