British luxury sports car maker Aston Martin recently took over the possession of the second manufacturing plant at St Athan in South Wales recently. They have turned the place upside down and rebuilt it for their state of the art production facility.
To celebrate this takeover, Aston Martin brought together 28 of their very special cars at the location which is combined worth of £65 million and made this film. This movie was also made to announce their 104 years of rich history and also to celebrate their ownership of the three super hangars at St Athan.
So, how Aston Martin could have marked the property of this new place offcourse by driving across all these empty hangers by in these very special Aston Martin Classic and modern sports cars. The three very special people who were driving these cars inside the empty space were Aston Martin Racing’s World Endurance Championship (WEC) drivers, Darren Turner and Nicki Thiim, along with Aston Martin Chief Engineer Matt Becker. They were enjoying driving these rare cars until the ‘boss’ Aston Martin President and CEO, Andy Palmer. Showed up at the spot and spoiled the fun.
The list of unique cars included the A3 to the DBR1, the One-77, numerous Vantages, Rapide S and also the Aston Martin Vulcan. Watch all these cars doing what they were not supposed to do inside their newly acquired manufacturing facility. Right from the DB7 to the new Aston Martin DB11, Watch the Vulcan doing Donuts across a small Cygnet along with the Aston Martin One-77.
If you are an Aston Martin fan, then you should definitely love this new video because you can not only find a variety of Aston Martin cars but you will also find them doing all sorts of crazy car tricks inside the hangar. Towards the end of the video right before the boss shows up you can also get a sneak preview of the three concept cars from Aston Martin including the Valkyrie.