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First Aston Martin DBX rolls off fresh production line in Wales

Don’t worry, Aston’s building more than just the one.


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Aston Martin’s about to embark on its biggest effort to date. The British automaker finally has a sport utility vehicle in its portfolio, and this attempt to enter a new and highly popular arena will soon bear fruit, now that the DBX is finally rolling off the production line.

Aston Martin announced on Thursday that the first production DBX has come off the line. The DBX is manufactured at a new facility in Wales, about four years after the factory was first announced. Aston’s been using Wales for virtual

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Aston Martin’s first $3.5M DB5 Goldfinger Continuation rolls off the line

That’s one handsome Brit.


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Buying scale Lego models is cool and all, but if you had the chance to drop a chunk of change on an honest-to-goodness recreation of James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger, you’d probably take it. Such is the case with 25 very lucky ducks, as the automaker decided to revive a legend of film, and the first of these recreations has just now left the factory.

Aston Martin announced on Monday that the first DB5 Goldfinger Continuation model has rolled off the line at the Aston Martin Works facility in Newport Pagnell, England.

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Ford rolls out 1-year return policy for car buyers amid COVID-19 uncertainty

Just a little extra piece of mind for new Ford owners.


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Buying a new car likely isn’t a priority as economic uncertainty begins to bake in amid the coronavirus era, but Ford’s latest program hopes to lay some of those fears to rest.

Titled the Ford Promise, the US automaker said on Monday it will allow new car buyers and lessees who finance through Ford Credit to return a vehicle with no strings attached in the event they lose their job. No, buyers won’t be guaranteed a full refund, but they will have a burden of debt taken

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2021 Jaguar I-Pace rolls in with infotainment upgrades, quicker charging

I still think the I-Pace is super good looking.


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The 2021 Jaguar I-Pace has received some updates in Europe. The British luxury brand revealed the minor changes on Tuesday, which include changes to the infotainment system and upgrades for those charging the electric SUV at home.

While the updates mentioned are detailed for the UK, Jaguar confirmed with Roadshow the US will receive its own updates with more specifics coming at a later date. For those ready to pull the trigger on a 2021 I-Pace across the pond, they’ll find a tech-rich cabin with the Pivi Pro infotainment system.

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