Aston Martin reports Q3 losses
Aston Martin slipped to a pre-tax loss in the third quarter of its financial year, according to new figures.
The Warwickshire-headquartered company has posted a £13.5m loss for the period to 30 September 2019 after making a £3.1m during the same period in 2018. Its revenue also dipped from £282.4m to £250.1m while core wholesales fell by 16 percent. In the year to date, the luxury carmaker has racked up pre-tax losses of £92.3m, down from £23.9m, and revenue of £657.2m, compared to £707.3m in the same three quarters in 2018.