Aston Martin has started legal motion versus a Swiss seller, accusing it of withholding customer deposits for its £2.5m Valkyrie sporting activities motor vehicle.
The carmaker claims it will no longer do the job with the supplier, Nebula Project, and will now just take deposits directly.
Nebula signed a offer in 2016 to assist finance the Valkyrie and took some deposits from buyers, to be employed to fund progress of the motor vehicle.
Aston Martin claimed shoppers affected would however get their automobiles on time.
It also asked Swiss prosecutors to take into account a felony investigation.