Although Mercedes is said to be calling a halt to most U.S.-market V-8 sales for 2022, an Aston spokesman said its supply is secure.
Mercedes has yet to confirm it will be pulling most of its V-8–powered portfolio in the U.S. for the next model year, but the company has not denied reports that it will be doing so. On the other hand, we have some good news for those considering the purchase of even more luxurious vehicles featuring the same powerplant: confirmation from Aston Martin that it is not affected by any supply issues.
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