Aston Martin plan to replace the Vantage and the DB11 with Electric Set ups
All good things have to come to an end and this is the same case with the Vantage and the DB11
Aston Martin executives have a plan to ditch combustion engines in their DB11 and Vantage models and replacing them with electrical set ups so we still get to keep the vantage and the DB11 but unfortunately no more V8s or anything like that anymore. Which is a huge disappointment for us petrolheads. This all apart of Aston Martin's path to being a carbon neutral automaker.
However there is some good news as we can enjoy the front engined sports cars until 2025 or 2026. As well as the DB11 and Vantage, we can expect more electrical set ups to replace other models in the Aston Martin range such as the DBX.
Speaking of the DBX there is currently a plug-in hybrid but we are not 100% whether (at the moment) when a EV version will be announced.
Aston Martin DB11
With all of this is mind, Aston Martin seem keen to transfer their company to a carbon neutral business like most over companies such as Subaru and Mercedes.
Although this maybe the end of an exciting era, maybe we can learn to embrace EVs or maybe we won't but either way it is inevitable that EVs are here to stay.
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