The site test track includes challenging terrain, which will serve as a test site for the brand's first SUV to be launched in St-Athan and will be unveiled in the fourth quarter of 2019 and will be in production in the first quarter of 2020 if all is fine
100 people are already working on site. This number will have doubled in six months. At the beginning of 2020, the site will have 700 employees. It will become the headquarters of the company's electrification strategy, where the hybrid and electric models of Aston Martin and Lagonda will be developed and produced.
Aston Martin's headquarters will remain at its factory in Gaydon, England, and Aston Martin Works will be based in the historic workshops of Newport Pagnell (where it all started), also in England.
Here is the factory on video :