Buyer's Guide

Aston Martin

Aston Martin is beginning a period of growth—the British brand once owned by Ford has launched the DB11, the first all-new model in years, and is getting ready to launch a new Vantage as well as a number of other products down the line, with a little help from Mercedes-Benz.

Least Expensive: With a starting price of around $100,000, the Vantage can still be had with a thunderous V-8 or V-12 and an available dogleg 7-speed manual gearbox.

Sportiest: Designed with the help of Adrian Newey, Red Bull Racing's Formula guru, the AM-RB 001 is a mid-engine spaceship for the road. Little is still known about the overall project, but from what Aston Martin has shown, but we're looking forward to seeing the finished car.

Popular: The Vantage remains the brand's most popular offering. Although with a new chassis and twin-turbocharged V-12 engine, the DB11 has the potential to knock the Vantage's crown off until the rest of the Aston lineup is redesigned.

Most Expensive: Between the AM-RB 001 hypercar and Lagonda luxury limousine, Aston occasionally makes available ultra-low-volume cars with seven-figure price tags.

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