We recently brought you news that Aston Martin had completed development of its new Heritage Showroom at its historic Newport Pagnell site in the U.K.
Newport Pagnell was the home of Aston Martin production from 1957 up until 2007, when operations were moved to a modern factory in nearby Gaydon, and today it’s still home to the Aston Martin Works restoration department, which is featured in the latest factory tour video from the Drive online channel.
Located within Newport Pagnell’s Olympia Building, a converted airplane hangar that like the Aston Martin brand itself is 100 years old, the Aston Martin Works is the place where you'll find pre-war Aston Martins being worked on alongside classic DB2s right up to modern cars like the latest Vanquish and Zagato Vantage.
As the video shows, the Aston Martin Works team is equally happy to modify your Aston Martin and can install new technology, change the paint color or even swap which side of the car the steering wheel is installed.
The video is well worth the watch and if you’re keen for more be sure to watch these tours of the factories of Koenigsegg, McLaren and Pagani.