A drag race is nothing new, but this might be the first one where a Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S takes on the Aston Martin DBX. The former is powered by a hand-assembled V8 engine making 563 hp and lb-ft of torque, which means it’s a luxury SUV not to be messed with.
Limited to just 85-units worldwide that have already been sold, the Aston Martin Valkyrie Spider is the company’s fastest and most extreme open top vehicle yet. It’s fully street legal and powered by a hybrid powertrain that consists of a 1000 hp 6.5L V12 as well as a 160 hp electric motor for a combined output of 1134 hp.
Limited to just 150-units worldwide, the $3.2-million Aston Martin Valkyrie is a collaboration with Red Bull Racing Advanced Technologies and several others companies. It’s powered by a 6.5L naturally-aspirated V12 engine tuned by Cosworth, paired with a KERS-style boost system, for a combined output of 1160 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque.
Girard-Perregaux collaborated with Aston Martin to create Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges, a special edition timepiece that unites the watchmaking expertise of Girard-Perregaux with Aston Martin’s unique knowledge of luxury and performance. This luxurious watch pays tribute to the iconic Three Bridges pocket watch from the 19th century and is presented in black calf leather, while featuring Rubber Alloy, an innovative rubber insert injected with white gold.
Aston Martin has made its return to the FIA Formula One World Championship, and for the first time in the history of the sport the automaker’s vehicles have been made the Official Safety and Medical cars. The company has created a bespoke Aston Martin Vantage to take on the role of intervening and controlling the pace of an event involving the fastest racing cars in the world. The main upgrades come in the form of significant chassis and aerodynamic parts.