After announcing the plan of producing 25 replica cars of the James Bond DB5 a few weeks back, British car manufacturer Aston Martin has opened a glamorous showroom in the heart of London that’s specially dedicated for models from the brands past. Aston Martin has said that the demand for heritage cars is steadily growing, citing the success of the DB4 GT continuation cars and interest in the Goldfinger DB5. The new Works Heritage showroom will cater to customers interested in acquiring a heritage model or learning about restoration services available at Aston Martin Works Service in Newport Pagnell.
“The expansion of our Heritage showroom activity into Central London enables us to engage with our customers in the location where they work and live their lifestyle. It also supports the international appeal and invigorated interest in Aston Martin Heritage cars, allowing us to deliver a personal service to customers visiting the UK,” said Paul Spires, president of Aston Martin Works. The showroom, which will be operated by the Aston Martin Works classic car department, is located in London’s posh Mayfair district, where Aston Martin already has a dealership and brand store.