Famous for its elegant sports cars and tourers, as well as its association with one James Bond, Aston Martin was founded back in 1913 and has lived through a series of ups and downs, and changes of ownership.
What does the Aston Martin name mean?
The Martin part of the name comes from one of the company's founders, Lionel Martin. The other founder, Robert Bamford, goes uncredited. The Aston part is derived from Aston Hill, where Lionel Martin often raced.
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