There’s a lot going on at Aston Martin right now for sure. To accommodate the costs of this plan Bloomberg reports that Aston Martin will let go of around 295 of its 2,100 employees. That’s around 15 percent! Bloomberg also states that even more employees, most likely in the administrative, professional and managerial areas, might lose their jobs. However, the workers at the assembly line will keep their jobs because someone has to build all these new cars. The brand built around 4,000 vehicles this year, which is not that many considering its financial situation, so increasing production numbers and cutting staff seems smart. Maybe Aston Martin can sell a few more
Lagondas to avoid job losses.