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15:16, 5 JUL 2016
Aston Martin secures additional funding for sports car development
The new family of cars will replace the VH-platform Aston Martin DB9, Vantage and Rapide models the company first started selling in 2003.
'Offshored' jobs heading back to West Midlands
Rising costs in China and the Far East means a boost for Midlands employment.
Aston Martin recall after fake plastic materials used on pedals
More than 17,000 cars recalled by Warwickshire-based company
Aston Martin's almost Total Recall
Aston Martin is recalling around 17,600 of its sports cars built since late 2007 according to a report by Reuters.
Nissan's new Taxi for London to be built in Coventry by ADV Manufacturing
ADV will build a production facility for the vehicle next to its existing premises, with a view to delivering the first petrol-engined versions in December 2014
Birmingham Post Rich List 2014: No.45 - David Richards (£55m)
Last year was a good one for David Richards and Prodrive – the motorsport consultancy he founded in 1984.
Birmingham Post Rich List 2014: A record year for Bentley
Bentley Motors announced a 19 per cent increase in global deliveries in 2013.
Motherhood steered me in new direction
A former project engineer at Aston Martin, Liz Dixon found motherhood brought out a softer side of her expertise, causing her to switch from cars to crafts. Zoe Chamberlain reports.
Birmingham City University
Motorsport technology conference comes to Birmingham
BCU to host Race Tech World Symposium which includes many leading figures from the motorsport industry
Birmingham City University
Major motorsport tech conference puts city on pole
Hailed as the ‘Davos of Motorsport’, the Race Tech World Motorsport Symposium is the only event of its kind organised for engineers and designers in the industry.
Aston Martin in pledge to back local suppliers
Aston Martin, which is based in Gaydon, near Warwick, produces around 4,000 premium vehicles each year – three-quarters of which are sold overseas.
Automotive jobs created on back of Growing Places funding
More than 20 new jobs will be created and 57 other posts safeguarded by the move into the medical sector by Expert Tooling and Automation following funding from the Growing Places initiative
Jaguar Land Rover
New firm to offer 'personalised' Jaguars, Range Rovers and Aston Martins
Alcraft has pledged its reinterpretations will remain faithful to “the tradition of great British design” and be “confident and cutting-edge” yet also “refined and timeless”
Black Country supercar showcases region's engineering prowess
Digital car promotes an area that has a long and proud association with manufacturing
Marketing director Markus Kramer leaves Aston Martin for partner role at Brand Affairs consultancy
Markus Kramer has spent four years as global marketing director of Aston Martin, Mr Kramer will specialise in international client relations in his Brand Affairs role
Jaguar Land Rover
JLR spearheads new car sales bonanza
Castle Bromwich-based Jaguar Land Rover reported double digit year-on-year sales increases on its major brands
Birmingham MadeMe - a coming force, not an apology
We have found from the Birmingham MadeMe Design Expo that there is so much to celebrate produced in Birmingham and the Midlands.
David Bailey: Aston Martin needs 'big name backing' to stem rising losses
Global market for high-end cars had strengthened – with Ferrari enjoying a record year last year – but the owners of James Bond’s favourite car were struggling to break through
Midland luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin comes second in Britain's coolest brand list
Luxury manufacturer beaten by tech giant Apple according to annual survey
Sales of Jaguars and Land Rovers rise again
Yet more good news for car giant as improving sales performances roll on
Daimler stake in Aston Martin will help Warwickshire firm
It's been a link up that has been on the cards since the Italian private-equity firm InvestIndustrial took a 37.5% stake in Aston Martin earlier this year with a £150m investment.
4. (2) Lord Paul of Marylebone and Family £1.5bn (£1.5bn)
Lord Paul’s Caparo Group aims to be the biggest automotive technology company in India.
New glimpse of Aston Martin's £1m Project One-77
Aston Martin has released a second impression of a £1 million car that will be owned by just 77 wealthy motoring enthusiasts.