Aston Martin's first full-electric car will be a replacement for a model in its front-engine sports-car range and will go on sale in 2025.
Aston is in the process of moving away from its traditional reliance on V-8 and V-12 pure combustion engines and is moving hybrid models, starting with the Valkyrie, which launches in September.
The mid-engined Valhalla was revealed on Thursday ahead of deliveries in 2023, while a plug-in-hybrid version of the DBX SUV will quickly follow.
The current range of front-engine sports cars, including the Vantage and DB11, will then move to full-electric models in the next generation.
It’s very much TBC wow the traditional cars will be separated from the brand's new mid-engine lineup, or how synthetic fuels may eventually become part of the brand’s future.
What is known is that Aston have said that all of its electric cars will have a range of at least 372 miles.