Aston Martin has filed three trademarks for the name Vanguard, two with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and the third through the Japanese intellectual property office (JPO). This may be the name of the first electric Aston Martin.

Aston has a history of using names starting with a V - with the Vanquish and Vantage being the most well-known, while the Valkyrie and Valhalla have also joined the fray. Aston Martin will likely use the Vanguard name for a new model soon, although the nature of that model remains a mystery.
The Aston Martin Vanguard will unlikely replace one of the current series-production variants. The Vantage name is a staple in the Aston lineup, while the DB11 will be replaced by the DB12 when it is facelifted. The DBX nameplate is likely to live on for the brand's SUV.

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