Provides clues on Lagonda's first production model
At the Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin will preview the first model for its Lagonda brand of zero emission vehicles.
To whet our appetites, Aston Martin released a teaser image of the all-terrain concept. In the shadowy picture above, the SUV appears to have really large tires. Its face looks similar to what we saw in a sketch Aston Martin created last year previewing Lagonda’s first production model. Like in that sketch, the vehicle in this teaser appears to have a low-slung roof.
Last year, Aston Martin said the inaugural Lagonda vehicle will debut in 2021. “The Lagonda SUV is the first of its kind: a spacious, high-performance 4×4 that successfully reconciles a love of technology, luxury and style,” Aston Martin boss Andy Palmer said in a statement at the time.
Now, ahead of this year’s Geneva show, Palmer says the all-terrain concept “offers explicit clues” on what to expect for the first Lagonda model. The vehicle will feature a battery-electric drivetrain.
Drivetrain options remain unclear. But the Aston Martin Lagonda Vision concept that debuted at last year’s Geneva show featured a set of electric motors and solid-state batteries for a range of 400 miles (644 km) on a charge.
The Geneva Motor Show runs March 5-17.
Source: Aston Martin