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Andy Palmer, addressing the Automotive News Europe Congress, sounded the same worrisome themes about industry economics made famous by Sergio Marchionne, with a bit of Bob Lutz's doomsday talk thrown in.
The increasing commoditization of cars will force mass-market manufacturers to change their business models or face extinction, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer said.
At Ford, tales of fire, frustration and 'reinventing' the car; Rolls-Royce's $340K SUV; Aston: Lagonda electric SUV in 2021; Tesla factory as collateral?; Honda's $199 EV lease.
Aston Martin said the first vehicle from its all-electric Lagonda brand will be an SUV arriving in 2021.
In the past year, several notable ultraluxury and exotic nameplates have been freshened or redesigned as automakers look to drive sales and expand brand presence.
Aston Martin and partner Triton Submarines said they have finished design work on their Project Neptune, a hypercarlike extension of Triton's line of submersibles that can dive to about 1,600 feet
When he became Aston Martin's CEO in 2014 Andy Palmer brought with him a host of ideas from Nissan.
China's policies to cut pollution are driving a rapid move toward electric vehicles in the world's biggest market and causing upheaval in the global auto industry, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer said.
U.S. COO Sprague leaving Kia; Ford F-150, Expedition rollaway risk; Report: Trump mulls tougher rules for imports; Aston's first SUV not an EV; 'The Closer': Model T to Model 3?
Andy Palmer, CEO of Aston Martin, will be among the speakers at the 21st Automotive News Europe Congress in Turin on June 6.
Aston Martin and Rolls-Royce engaged in a public spat at the Geneva auto show over what the superluxury sedan of the future should look like.
BMW and other brands used the Geneva auto show to stake claims in upper-luxury segments dominated by VW Group's sprawling yet integrated empire of upscale brands.
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