O.T. Aston Martin mentions Golden Ratio on their web-site.


O.M.G. The world really is about to end:


They even do it graphically (without labelling it). See section "Breathtaking proportions", but then mention it further down.

Math geeks of the world rejoice! 1.618 rules the universe.


AND *NO*, I am not in the market for said vehicle!


Nice, but since we don't have kids and don't need four doors and a back seat, I'm trying to convince my wife we should get a Vanquish.

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