Aston Martin will continue to develop hybrid engines on board until 2030.
Aston chairman Lawrence Strove spoke with the Financial Times at the next meeting, which will be attended by “fans” who want internal combustion engines (ICE), and said that Aston will monitor them. .
“By 2030, 5% of companies will remain ICE,” he said. “I have never seen him before. Asked if he would continue in the future from 2050/60, Stroh replied: “It’s beyond what I see.”
However, the UK government has banned the sale of cars from 2030, which means that Aston will no longer be sold on the doorstep, especially for cars.
In the next part, Aston gets a replacement for the 4.0-liter Mercedes-AMG V8 as part of a combination of the two models.
“Our current AMG engine is an Aston AMG engine,” Stroke said. “With this new partnership, we will have different power meters, larger models and many Aston AMG engines. They are still part of AMG, but were developed in Germany. ”
Aston currently uses a V12 engine in the UK and is developing a 3.0-liter V6 six-cylinder engine with a TM01. It was announced earlier this year and will be used as a pre-built car with an engine higher than the average horsepower.
However, it is unclear how these two engines fit into AMG’s vision, especially in light of the technical skills that Aston has acquired from its German counterparts in its communications. Therefore, their bright future is uncertain.
Aston will also buy AMG Electronics there. Straw said the first electric car will arrive in early 2026 and will bear the name Aston, not the name Lagonda developed by previous drivers.
“They must have gone to Aston, and then we went back to Aston,” he said. “When we turn on the power, the signal sounds louder,” he said, referring to the small difference in performance and the performance of the electric vehicle compared to cars that light internal cars. “The sign was separated. Straw says the car is electric. “Aston has a long history of developing the best cars.”