Production officially returns to Aston Martin’s historic Newport Pagnell site
- Newport Pagnell officially becomes Aston Martin’s second production facility
- Build of 25 track-only DB4 G.T. Continuation now well underway
- First cars delivered to customers just 12-months after program announced
- Third Aston Martin production facility under construction at St Athan, Wales
Since moving to its purpose-built headquarters and state-of-the-art production facility at Gaydon in 2003, Aston Martin’s Newport Pagnell premises has exclusively been home to Aston Martin Works – heart of the marque’s unrivaled heritage sales, service, spares and restoration operation. Production of the Mk1 Vanquish ceased in 2007, but since that time countless classic Aston Martins have been restored to their former glory by the passionate and highly-skilled Works team.
It’sbarely 12-months since Aston Martin President and CEO, Andy Palmer first announced the DB4 G.T. Continuation project, yet the first of these track-only lightweight specification cars have already been delivered to their proud owners. With each car taking approximately 4,500 man hours to build, the remaining cars will be completed and delivered during the course of 2018.