There are more and more automakers that are announcing their plans to become all electric by the end of the decade, and the last one in adding to this style has been Aston Martin. The British company has revealed their intention to be all electric by 2030, but it has a lot of work to do, and has said that there are planning to launch their first electric model by 2025.
That something that Aston Martin tried some years ago with the announcement of the 600-hp Aston Martin Rapide E, an electric car that Aston Martin programmed to be launched in 2020, but they only fabricated 155 copies and canceled their plans. It is supposed that they have learned for this mistake.
At the moment, they have not said anything about what will be their first EV model, only that it will be launched in 2025. Until this moment, they have announced another models, like the DBX SUV for 2023, and the next-generation of the Vanquish is expected to arrive sooner rather than later, so maybe the first all-electric model could be an electric version of this models.
Until the first EV is launched, the British automaker has announced their first plug-in hybrid, the 937-hp Valhalla, that will be available in 2024, so this is the first step to get an all EV production. Making reference to the previous paragraph, the brand has announced that every model in its lineup will be available with an electrified powertrain, that is why their first EV model could be those, or any other that will be launched during these next years, but is clear that the Aston Martin’s fans will get an electric version of the Aston Martin’s models that is going to be launched during this years.