Aston Martin has unveiled the RapidE, with a capital E, a concept car previewing a full electric variant of the petrol powered Rapide sports saloon. The RapidE will see production within two years. It will be build by a new company partly owned by Aston Martin and partly by ChinaEquity, a Chinese investment firm.
The majestic Aston Martin Lagonda Taraf appeared on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, looking big and very expensive, and thus almost assured of success in the Chinese super sedan market. Production of the Lagonda Taraf is limited to 200 units worldwide, and China will get about 50 cars.
A very cool Aston Martin Vantage S supercar in Gulf Livery, Spotted in China by Erich Q in the great city of Zhengzhou in Henan Province. Sadly, the vehicle does not like us very much. It says: “Fuck you the fucking fucker”, above the left front wheel arch. Well, that ain’t very nice now, or is it?
Hello Readers. As you might have guessed by the lack of news updates; we are indeed traveling again. Now in Shenzhen, moving to Shanghai tomorrow, and then back to Beijing a few days later. Somebody got to do it! I will get you all a zillion stories from Shenzhen, including a driven test drive in a Denza, and all sorta weird cars on the road, but we start with some easy stuff: supercars. I happen to hotel near the Central Business District (CBD), where they have all the supercar dealers. Following some photos of Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, and Ferrari:
A wondrous white Aston Martin DBS Ultimate supercar, Spotted in China in the great city of Chengdu in Sichuan Province by TFCSC. The DBS Ultimate debuted in 2012, it was the last hurray for the DBS which was about to be succeeded by the new Vanquish. The Ultimate is the rarest of all DBS special editions, only 100 cars were manufactured, divided by 50 coupes and 50 Volantes.