Aston Martin wants to double productionNovember 28, 2018
British automaker Aston Martin plans to produce 14,000 cars annually by 2025.
The fact that the management of a well-known automotive brand from the UK plans to double the production volumes of its models, said the official representatives of the company. It is reported that, starting in 2025, a total of 140,000 vehicles will descend from all the company’s plants.
This year, Aston Martin plans to complete with a figure of 6,400 assembled cars, and this despite the fall in consumer demand in China, as well as a slight drop in the company’s shares and the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. It is noteworthy that, with one groan, the demand for Aston Martin cars in China is declining, but at the same time its 118% increase was recorded, as well as a 133% increase in the Asia-Pacific region and a 185% increase in the United States.
As part of a recent interview, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer confirmed the company’s plans to increase production to 14,000 units annually – this should happen in the next six years.
He also noted separately that compared to the distant 2014, the automaker Aston Martin managed to grow four times.
Currently, Aston Martin is developing its plant in Wales (UK). At the production facilities of a completely new facility, mass production of the first-ever Aston Martin DBX crossover brand will be launched. The long-awaited novelty will be presented at the end of next year, and the start of sales is scheduled for 2020.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Aston Martin had released a video with a new DBX crossover.