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Aston Martin is working on an all-new architecture that will underpin a new generation of sports cars, beginning with the DB9 replacement in 2016, Auto Express has learned.

It spells the end for the ageing aluminum VH architecture that has underpinned every Aston, barring the One-77 and Cygnet, since the original Vanquish in 2001.

In an official press release this week, announcing 2013 total revenue up 13 per cent to £519m and global volumes up 11 per cent to 4,200, Aston’s Chief Financial Officer, Hanno Kirner revealed Aston was working on “a completely new architecture and technologies to ensure that our next generation of sports cars is at the forefront of design, performance and technology.”

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Aston Martin Working On New Architecture For Next generation Of Sports Cars

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