Aston Martin brand car history
Founded in the UK in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, the company is called Bamford & Martin. Aston Martin has always been synonymous with a sporty, sporty and sporty sports car, known as the Rolls Royce in a sports car. Martin is a racing driver, and Ban Ford is an engineer. In 1913, the two started to build high-end racing cars. The company was named Martin Bamford, and in 1914 they produced their first car.
In 1994, Aston Martin became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ford Motor Company. In addition to providing financial security, Ford also provides Ford's technology, manufacturing and supply systems around the world, as well as supporting the design and development of new products, revitalizing the jewels of this luxury sports car.
In 2007, Ford sold Aston Martin to a joint venture between Kuwait's Adeem Investment of Kuwait, Investment Dar and British businessman John Sinders for $925 million. Starting with DB5 in the 1964 series "Golden Fingers", Aston Martin's various cars have made a great achievement for Bond's surprise.
The famous models of the Aston Martin brand are: DB5, DB6, DB7, DBS, Vantage, Vanquish and ONE-77.
In July 2013, Aston Martin's jewellery brand opened its first luxury store in Greater China in Guangzhou Friendship Ring East Road.
On February 17, 2016, Aston Martin and LeEco signed a memorandum of understanding on the establishment of a joint venture company for electric vehicles.