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Aston Martin continues with plans for a crossover

Last month Aston Martin previewed its first crossover with the DBX crossover and now it’s being reported that the brand may add a new plant in the U.S. to build it. According to the Financial Times, Aston Martin is already talking to several states about the new plant.

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Last month Aston Martin previewed its first crossover with the DBX crossover and now it’s being reported that the brand may add a new plant in the U.S. to build it. According to the Financial Times, Aston Martin is already talking to several states about the new plant.
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Aston Martin is also looking at possible sites in the U.K. to build the new crossover. Aston Martin has a goal of boosting annual sales to 15,000 units, which is up from the 4,000 the brand sold last year. Much of the growth will come from the new SUV, which will account for more than half of Aston Martin’s sales, since it plans to cap sports car output to only 7,000 units a year.

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Which states are vying for the Aston Martin plant? It’s being reported that the southern U.S. states are aggressively trying to get the plant.

Source: Automotive News