Prince Charles drove his Aston Martin DB6 Mark II Volante to visit Aston Martin's St. Asan plant.
The visit to the factory included a tour of the facility where Aston Martin's first SUV, the DBX, will be manufactured, and the craftsmen working at the factory told Prince Charles how he had acquired the skills. I also had the opportunity to speak. It was an opportunity to showcase high technology such as Aston Martin's proud engineers.
At the end of the visit, Prince Charles put on an emblem. Unfortunately, DBX, named after Aston Martin Wing by Prince Charles, is not included in the market.
Aston Martin's Marek Reichmann said, "I am honored to have invited the royal family to St. Asen. Welsh is also a famous Aston Martin fan, and we are delighted to be able to see Aston Martin's future in this way. ".
"The ability to build a global brand such as Aston Martin in St. Ashen will be a significant contribution," said Welsh Minister Simon Hart. I can't wait for cars to travel from here to the world from late 2020. "