Aston Martin’s First Electric Car Is Now Ready For Production

Aston Martin is to ready to charge into the electrification scene with its new all-electric production car, the Rapide E. The British super car company unveiled the production version of the Rapide E at China’s Shanghai motor show this week.

The Rapide E, developed in part with Williams Advanced Engineering, will be limited to 155 units, and >James Bond will apparently be getting at least one of those, and all will be built at Aston’s new St. Athan production facility which is laser-focused on electrification.

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