With the recent launch in May of the Aston Martin DB12, which the company describes as the world’s first super tourer, marks the start a new era as the first of the company’s next generation sports cars. Customer deliveries are commencing in Q3, and are sold out for the rest of the year.
2023 is also a year-long global celebration of Aston Martin’s 110th anniversary, culminating in the launch of Valour, a spectacular, ultra-exclusive V12-engined, manual transmission special edition, limited to 110 units and sold out with a growing waiting list.
“Although we may only be halfway through the year, 2023 has already proven to be a remarkable year in which Aston Martin has shone brighter than ever”, says Lawrence Stroll, Executive Chairman.

Aston Martin kept its 2023 forecast for volumes of about 7,000 vehicles and an adjusted core profit margin of about 20%. In the past few months, Aston Martin has struck deals with China’s Geely and U.S. electric vehicle (EV) maker Lucid Group as the company invests in electrification.