100 Years of Aston Martin tour to visit eight countries


Aston Martin’s oldest surviving model – the 1921 A3 (see C&SC April) – will spearhead a spectacular line-up as the firm’s 100th anniversary celebrations head across the channel.

Joining the historical car as it visits 19 dealerships on the continent is the company’s most famous model, the DB5, and one of its latest in the shape of a 2013 Vanquish.

Managing director of Aston Martin Europe Jeffrey L Scott said: “This presentation is inspiring because for many this will be their first opportunity to see one of the earliest Aston Martins alongside our new flagship model.”

The tour will visit the following locations over the next seven weeks:

  • 23 April Cologne (Germany)
  • 25 April Luxembourg
  • 26 April Hilversum (The Netherlands)
  • 30 April Bremen (Germany)
  • 3 May Dresden (Germany)
  • 6 May Vienna (Austria)
  • 7 May Salzburg (Austria)
  • 8 May Munich (Germany)
  • 13 May Memmingen (Germany)
  • 16 May Milan (Italy)
  • 17 May Cadenazzo (Switzerland)
  • 19 May – 21st May N24 Adac Nürburging (Germany)
  • 23 May Stuttgart (Germany)
  • 24 May Düsseldorf (Germany)
  • 29 May Kronberg (Germany)
  • 1 June Safenwil (Switzerland)
  • 6 June Monaco
  • 11 June Lyon (France)
  • 12 June Bordeaux (France)
  • 13 June Paris (France)


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