Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer has told the Financial Times that every one of the manufacturer’s cars will be offered as a hybrid by 2025. That doesn’t mean all Aston Martins will be hybrids, but all will at least be offered with some sort of hybrid powertrain. Palmer also said about a quarter of the supercar maker’s vehicles will be fully electric by the end of the next decade.
Aston plans on developing its own hybrid system, rather than borrowing one from technology partner Mercedes-Benz. The first Aston Martin EV, an electric version of the Rapide called the RapidE, is set to arrive in 2019.