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Auto ShowsThe Next Thing Out of Aston Martin's Lagonda Will Be an Electric SUV

19:02  26 february  2019
19:02  26 february  2019 Source:   roadandtrack.com

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Aston Martin ' s first SUV will be the 2020 DBX, but Andy Palmer' s team is also busy with the revival of the once-prestigious Lagonda brand. Aston is promising the first modern Lagonda will be an all-terrain EV, a concept of which they will present at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

Aston Martin ' s first SUV will be the 2020 DBX, but Andy Palmer' s team is also busy with the revival of the once-prestigious Lagonda brand. Aston is promising the first modern Lagonda will be an all-terrain EV, a concept of which they will present at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

The Next Thing Out of Aston Martin's Lagonda Will Be an Electric SUV© Aston Martin Following the DBX, Aston Martin is likely to continue its all-terrain offensive with a luxurious Lagonda EV.

Aston Martin's first SUV will be the 2020 DBX, but Andy Palmer's team is also busy with the revival of the once-prestigious Lagonda brand. And based on what we know about that luxurious line so far, when we finally see a new Lagonda, we suspect it'll be the exact opposite of a V12-powered Rolls-Royce Cullinan.

Aston is promising the first modern Lagonda will be an all-terrain EV, a concept of which they will present at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Based on a "zero-emission platform," it is unknown how much of the upcoming Rapide E's Williams technology will make it into Lagonda's EV, but Aston's CEO says the new electric powertrain enables them "to create spectacular cars that will radically redefine their sectors of the market."

If the Lagonda "All-Terrain" can be at least half as radical an SUV as the Valkyrie is for a hypercar, they might be onto something here.


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