Aston Martin has shed some light regarding the possibility of a new flagship supercar.

Aston Martin has shed some light regarding the possibility of a new flagship supercar.

Speaking to Auto Express, company's CEO Andy Palmer admitted "there is rarely smoke without fire" in reference to those rumors indicating the possibility of a new flagship model. He went on to specify they are conducting a series of studies and possible designs for such a product, but he ruled out any involvement from Adrian Newey.

However, he did the leave the door a little bit open by saying “do I like the idea of Adrian Newey doing a road car with Aston? Yes. He is a man with a legacy to leave, but there is no authentic program with him, yet." A decision regarding a new range-topping model is expected to come before the end of this year, but Palmer said Aston Martin won't rush things over, so even if green-lighted, we won't see the car in the next 2-3 years.

Be part of something big