Aston Martin Reports £24.6 Million Loss
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The loss was reportedly caused by the market segment which “has been severely affected by recession” and the “weakness in European markets and vehicle launches occurring in the fourth quarter”. Last year, Aston Martin sales went down nine percent to 67,500 units from 110,000 vehicles in 2007.
In other Aston Martin related news, word has it the Toyota iQ-based Cygnet city car was discontinued after selling roughly 150 units. The €35,000 Aston Martin was introduced in February 2011, with the automaker aiming to sell 4,000 examples a year.
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