Initially, Aston Martin was known primarily in racing circles. By the 1920s, the brand had started overseas, to participate in the French Grand Prix, the return of the Le Mans 24-hour race. Even so, he made a name for itself with the latest racing cars like the streamlined 1934 Ulster. The postwar years also saw the brand change hands. Aston Martin was sold to David Brown, an industrialist and a tractor company ‘s success. After purchasing the company in 1947, set a goal to develop new models. The first was the Aston Martin DB1, introduced in 1948. It immediately after the DB2 and DB3.
In the early 1950s saw the Aston Martin to establish itself as a winner on the track, including DB2 in its class at Le Mans. As decade drew to close, the brand launched another model, Aston Martin DB4 and points in the World Sports Car Championship, the Nürburgring and the TAC Tourist Trophy.
At the time of the 1960, Aston Martin began production on the Aston Martin DB5. The Coupe low-slung looked glamorous enough to the movies, and soon it; the Aston Martin DB5 was the car of choice for Sean Connery’s James Bond in 1964 ‘s Goldfinger. At the end of the ’60s, the Aston Martin family had grown to include Aston Martin DB6 and Aston Martin DBS V8.
The 1970 amounted to ten class Aston Martin. The brand was sold David Brown in 1972, and then again passed from the owner to the owner. Still, the new model, the V8 era, was launched in 1977. Ten years later, Ford Motor Company bought Aston Martin and invested millions in research and development in the hope of restoring the brand in its former glory.
By 1990, Ford ‘s efforts had begun to pay off. The Aston Martin DB7 handsome intervened in mid-decade and was a hit with both critics and consumers. Wealth Aston Martin ‘s flourished in 2000s, and the successful launch of the V12 vanquish, the DB9 and V8 era. However, the subsequent financial trouble at Ford led to the sale of Aston Martin in 2007 to a group of investors, including a pair of private investment in the site.
Aston’s recent models include DBS exotic, the four-door, four-seat-fast food, the Virage and a pair of ultra-low-production sports cars the Aston Martin V12 Zagato and Aston Martin One 77. Since you want to guess now, the Aston Martin is made up of some of the most desirable cars in the world.