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The Aston Martin Book, Rene Staud


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  • Refueled and ready to go: a completely revised and perfected new edition of the bestseller with unpublished studio photographs and updated writings
  • To mark the 110th anniversary of the automobile manufacturer and its rich tradition
  • It builds on the successful original edition (10,000 copies sold) and René Staud’s other automotive publications at teNeues
  • As James Bond’s vehicle, Aston Martin is firmly entrenched in pop culture

One icon meets another: For true automotive enthusiasts, it was no surprise that the paths of Aston Martin and René Staud would cross at some point.

Artikelnummer: 978­3­96171­409­4 Categorieën: , , , , Tag:
Verwacht: 30 september 2022

The British brand’s meteoric success story began almost exactly 110 years ago. Its claim of building road­ready racing cars has always remained intact. Legendary victories at Le Mans or the Nürburg­ ring, for example, contributed to Aston Martin’s

appeal, as did the fact that Her Majesty’s secret agent, James Bond, drove the elegant, British­built DB5 as early as 1964.

In this new edition of the best­selling book, multiple award­winning automotive photographer René Staud presents breathtaking new photographs of both old and present­day models—even those knowledgeable about the brand will discover stories not yet heard.

René Staud is the grand seigneur of automotive photography. The Magicflash®, a lighting system he designed and built in 1983 specifically to meet the needs of studio photography, is still state of the art today and is part of the secret behind Staud’s characteristic style. Over the years, the models of all major car brands have appeared in front of his lens. René Staud is a multiple bestselling author with teNeues, from The Mercedes 300 SL Book and The Porsche 911 Book to The Jaguar Book, which was published in 2021.

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