'Sustainable ultra-luxury': Aston Martin pledges to deliver a net zero supply chain

Cecilia Keating
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Aston Martin's first plug-in hybrid, the Valhalla, is expected to start commercial production in 2024 | Credit: Aston Martin
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Aston Martin's first plug-in hybrid, the Valhalla, is expected to start commercial production in 2024 | Credit: Aston Martin

Luxury carmaker pledges to achieve net zero manufacturing facilities by 2030 and neutralise all its supply chain emissions by 2039

Aston Martin has this morning announced its intention to achieve net zero emissions across its supply chain by 2039, arguing the move would enable it to transform into a "world-leading sustainable ultra-luxury...

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