SAN DIEGO – At first glance, Aston Martin Lagonda North America Inc. could be seen as getting in over its head. The company, a long-time minor player in the world’s quintessential luxury market, has been defined since the 1960s more by its connection with James Bond movies than perhaps anything else. Despite its loyal buyer base, world-beating dealer body and rich racing history, if it weren’t for agent 007 and his gadget-laden DB 5, Aston might not even be in the U.S. market. James ...
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