On Monday, British luxury sports car manufacturer Aston Martin posted a loss of $172 million for the 2015 operating year.

The loss compares to a shortfall of $95 million reported for 2014 and marks the fifth straight year that the company has failed to turn a profit.

Aston Martin has recently invested in expansion efforts, with plans to begin manufacturing its new DBX crossover at a new plant in south Wales from 2020.

In its filing, the company reported that it sold 3,615 vehicles last year, down from 3,661 units in 2015.