Aston returns to roots
British sports car maker Aston Martin launched its year of centenary celebrations with a return to its roots in London.
The luxury brand marked the official anniversary of its founding 100 years ago with a ceremony in Chelsea's Henniker Mews – the original home of the company that went on to become Aston Martin, founded on 15 January 1913.
Joining with the Aston Martin Heritage Trust to unveil a commemorative plaque at Henniker Mews, the sports car maker lined-up a special centenary edition of its new ultimate GT – the Vanquish – alongside the oldest Aston Martin in existence, A3.
Aston Martin CEO, Dr Ulrich Bez said: "I am proud to be celebrating 100 years of heritage and the best of British craftsmanship.
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