Aston Martin sales in Europe have been relatively stable, around 2.300 cars per year from 2009 through 2011 and around 1.800 in 2012 and 2013, before declining in 2014 to 1.550 as the line-up started to age.
Model-wise there have been some fluctuations, as the slowly fading popularity of the “entry-level” Vantage V8/V12 and the DBS have been offset by the introduction of the four-door Rapide in 2010 and the second generation of the top-of-the-line Vanquish in 2012, which has become the brand’s second best selling model in 2013 and 2014.
Aston Martin held it centennial birthday in 2013, and is preparing for the next 100 years by partnering up with Mercedes-AMG as an engine supplier for future models. It’s also seeking an investor to develop an all-new platform on which future models will be built. Let’s hope the designers will differentiate the design of their respective models some more. Yes, Aston Martins are very stylish, but it would be nice if one could actually keep them apart without having to look twice.
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