Aston Martin’s $1 Million, 195-mph Limousine

Posted on August 22, 2016

The Taraf —a $1 million, 195-mph super-sports limousine — is nothing less than a commissioned piece built for Aston Martin’s Middle Eastern financiers, who are also clients, if the usual arrangements apply.

Since 2014, the company has rounded up more than $700 million in funding to reboot the company in the next five years, with three new car lines (sports car, GT, and super-luxury Lagonda sedan) and a crossover to be built in Wales, the DBX. Aston is going after Rolls-Royce and Bentley.

The Wall Street Journal article here

Related Topics: new vehicles, premium luxury sedans, sedans, VIP service, wealthy clients

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