chromed Aston Martin Vantage, mounted on a large boulder. I just stopped and stared at this glorious automotive sculpture.
I swung into the car park, noting the sign stating ‘Aston Martin Parking Only’ and parked my car in the VIP Guest area with the ‘other’ brands.
A large stone facade building, with huge timber doors located beyond manicured lawns across a small bridge over a moat awaited our entry. At one end of the moat, seemingly floating was a DB11; at the other was a stunning blue Vanquish.
It already felt very special to be here.
The foyer contained a concept of the forthcoming Aston Martin SUV, the DBX, a first for the brand as well as a Red Bull Aston Martin coupe.
Once again we were welcomed. This time by Jackie Irwin, our beautifully groomed hostess with a beaming smile, bubbly personality and encyclopaedic knowledge of all-things Aston Martin.
Now before we go any further, I must mention that tours of the Aston Martin facility are freely available, providing you are an owner or customer. So, it was a huge privilege for to get an inside look at the home of this iconic automotive brand.
TOP Every Aston spends 75 hours in the paint shop. LEFT The placing of the badge means it is ready for delivery.