Tagged: Aston Martin

Aston Martin AM37 powerboat makes appearance at Milan Design Week 2016

Aston Martin AM37 powerboat for the filthy rich

Aston Martin AM37 powerboat for the filthy rich

What’s James Bond going to ride when the next time he hits the water chasing crooks in style? I bet it is going to be this Aston Martin AM37 yacht developed in collaboration with Quintessence Yachts. This new powerboat is going to make appearance at Milan Design Week, Salone del Mobile which commenced yesterday. Coming from Aston Martin and Quintessence Yachts, this is going to be a yacht reminiscent to the brand’s promise of comfort, handling, style and performance. In a press release by Aston Martin the yacht is described nothing less than a true reflection of what rich brats would like to have in their possession.
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VFL Automotive Force 1 V10 supercar revealed despite Aston Martin’s warning

VFL Automotive Force 1 V10 supercar

Former Aston Martin chief designer Henrick Fisker has filed a lawsuit of $100 million against the British carmaker for accusing him of copying Aston Martin DB10’s design. Henrick, who was advised by Aston Martin not to reveal his Force 1 V10 supercar at Detroit Auto Show 2016, but actually did reveal the car. And surprisingly, it looks nothing like the Aston Martin DB10, in-fact it looks more muscular and strikingly beautiful. Mind you, it is powered by an 8.4-liter V10 engine producing 745 horsepower and a top speed of 218 miles per hour.
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Amazingly gorgeous rare cars from RM Sotheby’s record 2015 auction

1964 Porsche 356SC Cabriolet

1964 Porsche 356SC Cabriolet

At their global headquarters in Manhattan, RM Sotheby’s recently concluded a record 2015 auction season with over 73.5 million in sales. At the exclusively culminated ‘Driven by Disruption’ event, 31 pioneering rare cars were on display – cars that revived New York’s love for all things gramour, cars and sex appeal. I couldn’t pretend to be level headed seeing the exclusive pictures of some of the most gorgeous cars on display listed on The Verge, and I wanted to share them with our readers here. Read More…

How about an Aston Martin Rapide S with Dom Pérignon champagne cellar in the trunk?

Aston Martin Rapide S from Dom Pérignon Deuxieme Plénitude

Opulence and class go hand-in-hand when we talk about luxury sports car Aston Martin. To add to this lavishness, Aston Martin Milan has partnered with Dom Pérignon to create something unique for demanding customers. The renowned champagne maker and British luxury car builder have come-up with Aston Martin Rapide S from Dom Pérignon Deuxieme Plénitude, a car with removable cellar of champagne.
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AM37 Yacht – Aston Martin powerboat design is epitome of luxury and performance

Quintessence Yachts, Mulder Design and Aston Martin create AM37 yacht

Quintessence Yachts Aston Martin AM37 yacht

Aston Martin, Mulder Design and Quintessence Yachts have formed an association to bring to the world a high-end water craft that is a perfect representation of luxury and high performance. You can call AM37 super boat the Vulcan supercar of yacht world, all thanks to its cool sporty looks and power performance packed under the hood. The 37-foot long super yacht is all about driving pleasure, handling and comfort for the riders; things you mostly associate with supercars.
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Vulcan: Aston Martin unveils $2.3 million supercar

Vulcan supercar by Aston Martin

$2.3 million Vulcan supercar by Aston Martin

Aston Martin, British manufacturer of luxury sports cars have unveiled their new beast in the form of a $2.3 million supercar. Named Vulcan, the most extreme supercar yet is capable of giving chills to James Bond with its 800-horsepower. Tremendously powerful to be driven on normal roads, Vulcan supercar is built to be a track-only car. The rare and thrilling supercar is designed and engineered to deliver a genuinely bespoke driving experience that draws on the company’s rich heritage. The sports car tailors its power and handling to both the capabilities of the driver and the characteristics of the track.

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£16,500 DB Convertible junior classic car your little one can drive

£16,500 DB Convertible junior classic car for kids

Want you kid to be as stylish and flamboyant as you are? O if you are a kid reading this you want to have a new toy? Well, then all hail the DB Convertible junior classic cars designed by Nicholas Mee & Co. for the spoiled little brats. A fully functional Aston Martin DB5 inspired collection of petrol-powered classic sports cars for children aged 10 (and over) that is completely hand-made. The junior Bond car measuring 8feet 2 inches by 3feet 4 inches and just 2 feet 5 inches high is powered by an 110cc four-stroke petrol engine coupled to a semi-automatic 3-speed gearbox capable of reaching 45mph. The cars have composite coachwork on steel box section chassis, wood-rimmed steering wheel, hydraulic Brembo disc brakes, electric start, lights, horn, indicators and leather/vinyl seats on the inside.
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Christmas gift ideas: Expensive gifts for your loved ones

Christmas gift ideas Expensive gifts for your loved ones

There are gifts and then there are high-end gifts that are mind-boggling enough to capture someone specials heart. After having compiled some cool Christmas Gift Ideas since last week, now it is time to add some bling to your checklist of things to gift this Christmas. People who have enough money to slash on expensive gifts will surely have a smile on their face after reading this exclusive compilation of some of the most expensive gifts. Surely money can’t buy everything, but it can buy things that only a few can afford on this planet.
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New Zealander builds 3D printed Aston Martin DB4 you can ride

3D printed Aston Martin DB4 replica

3D printing is one tool that you can use for creating exact replicas of things you wished were yours but could never be because of the humongous costs. Having the popular 1961 Series II Aston Martin DB4 is not everyone’s luck but surely you can have one if you have a 3D printer. Ivan Sentch from Auckland, New Zealand is in the process of making his dream car using 3D printing with his second generation Solidoodle printer. The full scale replica of the DB4 will have a 250 HP Nissan Skyline drivetrain and fiberglass body with engine salvaged from 250 GTO replica, which means that proud owners of the real 1961 Series II Aston Martin DB4 are going to be more than jealous as this estimated $5000 3D printed baby zips past them on the road. He is working on this project from almost 8 months and the shape of the car is really coming well.
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