Aston Martin plans to build a new complex located on the 900-acre site of the existing Land Rover test facility in Bloxham, England. In addition to the new facilities, Aston Martin will gain access to Land Rover's aerodynamic and environmental wind tunnels, extensive research labs and test facilities. All of this is in an effort to achieve the self-sufficiency to invest in a third product line, says Dr. Ulrich Bez, Aston Martin CEO. Sales have increased for the British automaker from 46 ...

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