We're delighted to present 'AM' the new Aston Magazine. With four issues per year, this is the ideal opportunity to get closer to Aston Martin. Launched in celebration of Aston Martin’s 100th birthday, with a new look and creative style, the editorial mix includes exclusive interviews, travel, craftsmanship, style, gastronomy, art and design and, of course, the world’s most beautiful sports cars.

You can now subscribe to the Aston Martin magazine anywhere in the world for just £74.99, with no postage or packing charges. You can also purchase single editions or a full one-year subscription to the Aston Martin Magazine iPad app, featuring all the content from the print edition of the magazine plus extra interactive features.


Issue 24 

We have a fresh look with a new front section, which covers art, design, culture and lifestyle among other subjects. Central to this is our cover feature, the first in a series of short stories, where we invite leading authors and literary figures to write an exclusive tale for AM Magazine.

Elsewhere, we interview Ali Al Ameri, the Bedouin tribesman who cures difficult and troubled horses by talking to them and report from the slopes of Mount Etna, where some of the world's most extreme, wine is harvested, even as a volcano erupts.

On the theme of extreme we put Aston Martin Racing's Darren Turner in the exciting new V12 Vantage S and asked him how it compars to the Vantage GTE he drives in the World Endurance Championship.

Issue 23 

Our cover story focuses on the work of the Q by Aston Martin bespoke design service and the colours and textures that inspire owners to personalise Aston Martins in striking and unique fashion.

We also travel to Morocco to discover the roots of blues music, which inspired the likes of The Rolling Stones’ Brian Jones and the rock and roll explosion of the 1960s. Tony Conigliaro introduces us to his scientific approach to mixing cocktails. And if you’re planning a holiday or short break, we have an insider’s guide to the hotels that offer the ultimate luxurious getaways.

Our concluding series of Centenary Essays, placing the history of Aston Martin in a wider social context, includes the stylish interaction of cars and couture.

Issue 22 

We continue to mark our Centenary with a full review of the celebrations in Kensington Gardens, which saw more than 550 Aston Martins gather in the centre of London. Our Centenary section also includes an interview with James Bond producers Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli where they discuss the enduring love affair between the secret agent and Aston Martin. We also interview Paola Antonelli from the Museum of Modern Art in New York, who gives her thoughts on industrial design in general and car form in particular.

Continuing the international theme, we take a V8 Vantage on a tour of Shanghai and the surrounding areas, exploring the work of the Pritzker Prize-winning Chinese architect Wang Shu. David Linley also introduces a new section where leading creatives from around the world nominate their favourite piece of design.

Issue 21 

Our cover story showcases some of the striking colours available in the bespoke Q range, with the eye-catching photography of studio artist Matthew Donaldson. We also have a photo shoot with the new CC100—inspired by the classic DBR1.

This issue has an international flavour, befitting Aston Martin’s status as a successful worldwide brand. We travel to Brazil in search of the world’s best coffee (produced with its very own secret ingredient), photograph Argentine polo player Eduardo Novillo Astrada in Florida, where he was competing in the US Open, and sit down with German-born architect Ole Scheeren in Beijing, the city in which he is best-known for his spectacular CCTV building. And, finally, we take the new Rapide S up into the Pyrenees mountains, where we master some of the hill climbs made famous in the Tour de France in the luxury and comfort of the world’s most beautiful four-door sports car.

Issue 20 

The first edition of the magazine in our centenary year. We are celebrating this with a special section which will run throughout the year, looking at our history in the context of wider events over the past 100 years.

We begin with a study of how our cars have reflected trends in design and architecture, and the role Aston Martin in particular, played in the 1960s rock ‘n’ roll revolution.

Our cover story is an interview with Sir Stirling Moss, one of the greatest racing drivers of all time, who memorably drove the DBR1 to victory at the Nürburgring in 1958 and 1959. He sat down with current Aston Martin Works Driver Darren Turner to look back over his legendary career, from one racer to another.

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