The executive president of Aston Martin, Lawrence Stroll, announced that the company will manufacture its electric models in the United Kingdom from 2025, in its plants of Gaydon (England) and St Athan (Welsh).
In an interview with the Financial Times, Stroll indicated that Aston Martin will assemble an electric sports model and a sports SUV in the United Kingdom, rather than in factories run by its partner. Mercedes-Benz, which owns 20% of the company.
"The SUV will be made in Wales and the sports cars in Gaydon", said the businessman, despite the fact that the Brexit It is changing the forecasts of the automobile companies about their production in the island country.
As for electrical technology, the manager explained that Aston Martin is "far ahead" of its rivals thanks to its partnership with Mercedes-Benz, so that in 2025 its first zero-emission vehicles will see the light.
In this sense, the German manufacturer, which supplies some of the engines and technology to Aston Martin, could provide the necessary batteries for electric cars. "We are considering all options", has sentenced.