The Aston Martin DBX made a surprise visit to No.10 Downing Street whilst their Chief Executive Officer, Dr Andy Palmer, attended a reception hosted by Prime Minister Theresa May and the Secretary of State for Wales Alan Cairns.
said Dr Andy Palmer Chief Executive Officer at Aston Martin
“Prototype models of the DBX have embarked on an extensive testing programme, which has seen the car being put through its paces in various environments, including a demanding Welsh Rally stage. I’m delighted that this model was able to take time out of its busy schedule to be involved in the celebration of Wales Week in London.”
Said Prime Minister Theresa May.
“As we celebrate all that is great about Wales, it’s fantastic to have the first DBX model, that will be built at Aston Martin’s new Welsh base, parked pride of place on Downing Street to mark St David’s Day.
“Bringing 700 jobs and investment to the region and providing a new home for Aston Martin’s cutting-edge electric technology, the St Athan plant will ensure that the UK remains a world leader in the future of transport.”
Previous Aston Martin DBX blog below.