The two companies will combine their efforts to develop high-power lithium batteries that will be custom-made for the British manufacturer's sports cars.

The first model to have it will be launched in 2025. The following year, all Aston Martins will have an electrified version.

“This powerful collaboration combines Aston Martin's 109 years of engineering mastery with the expertise of a growing British technology company,” said Tobias Moers, CEO of the brand.

“By working with Britishvolt, I believe we can create new technologies to power Aston Martin's benchmark electric cars, which will match our reputation for high performance and ultra-luxury with the highest standards of sustainability.

Complementing the close strategic relationship with our shareholder Mercedes-Benz AG, this partnership provides Aston Martin with additional access to technology and skills to expand our electrification options.”


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