The British luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin has pledged to manufacture its electric cars in England and Wales from 2025.
Lawrence Stroll, who owns a large stake in the famous brand, told the British newspaper “The Financial Times” that an electric sports car and an SUV will be manufactured at the company’s factories in the West Midlands and South Wales, England, instead of the factories run by the company. Mercedes-Benz, which owns a small stake in Aston Martin.
A spokesman for “Aston Martin” said that the German car giant usually manufactures engines for “Aston Martin” in Germany, as the company is a technical partner of the British brand.
The Financial Times reported that Mercedes could continue to manufacture batteries, as Stroll and his team “are looking at all options.”