London-car manufacturer Aston Martin It reported on Wednesday that its sales increased by 224% Dealer, Driven by its first Sport utility vehicle, This DBX, Because the loss in the first half of the year has declined.
DBX 4×4 went offline for the first time more than a year ago and accounted for more than half of its 2,901 vehicles from January to June.
“On the basis of the success of our first SUV DBX, we delivered two more New car With more exciting product releases, we are ready for growth,” said Executive Chairman Lawrence Stroll.
Fictitious agent James Bond Since going public in 2018, the preferred car brand has gone through a difficult period as it failed to meet expectations and burned cash, prompting it to secure new investment from billionaire Stroll last year.
DBX went into production in July 2020 and helped the company expand its appeal in a lucrative market segment, which proved to be profitable for its competitors.
The company stated that its pre-tax loss fell from £227 million in the first half of 2020 to £91 million (US$126 million) Transaction in In line with expectations, as it aims to sell approximately 6,000 vehicles in 2022.