Aston Martin celebrates the launch of its new St Athan plant, which is its second manufacturing site in the UK, with the greatest gathering of Aston Martin models including 28 special models worth over $83.4 million in value.
The Aston Martin St Athan plant may be somewhere you’re already familiar with – it was where GQ hosted the 2017 Car of the Year Awards. And we like to think that our indoordrifting endeavours inspired this superb film from the supercar maker. Before the machinery rolls in to build Aston’s upcoming DBX SUV, engineering boss Matt Becker and Aston works drivers Darren Turner and Nicki Thiim decided to assemble £65m of the brand’s cars to tear around the empty premises. And, as you can see, it’s spectacular.