Formula 1 tech to rub off on Aston’s upcoming EVs and hypercars
Aston Martin will return to Formula 1 for the first time in more than 60 years and it plans to transfer technology from the highest level of motorsport to its upcoming hypercars and electrified vehicles.
The British brand was never a star in grand prix racing but now – thanks to the three-pointed star, a billionaire Canadian and a four-time world champion – there are big plans to change that.
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