Aston Martin sales surged 80% in 2021.
The luxury carmaker sold just over 6,180 vehicles and expect total revenues to reach £2bn by 2024.
“I am extremely pleased that our core business has delivered to plan with over 6,000 core wholesales in the year whilst driving inventory to levels that are appropriate for an ultra-luxury business,” said Lawrence Stroll, the executive chairman.
“It is a very long time since the core business was in such good health as it is today.”
CEO Tobias Moers said: “There is also tremendous demand for our limited editions including the two times oversubscribed Aston Martin Valkyrie Spider, launched in August, and the plug-in hybrid super car Valhalla.”
“In addition, we have taken aggressive action on improving the efficiency and profitability of the business, through Project Horizon.”