Luxury carmaker Aston Martin says “tough trading conditions” are behind its third-quarter pre-tax loss of £13.5m. In the same period last year, it made a profit of £3.1m.
The firm said it expected total wholesale volumes to be “lower than previously guided”, but it was still on track to meet market financial expections for the full year’s results and was taking action to control costs through an efficiency programme.
It said four Aston Martins would feature in the next James Bond film, which is due for release in the first half of next year.
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