Aston Martin Revives Lagonda Luxury With a Radical Electric Sedan
Aston Martin introduced the brand new Lagonda Vision Concept at the Geneva Auto Show, an all-electric sedan which heralds the resurrection of this particular, high-end Lagonda lineup that’s been all but extinct for at least two decades.
Palmer did not give many specifics about the new automobile, which, after all, is a conceptual practice, however he did state the Vision Concept will get 400 miles on a single charge–sufficient to drive from Los Angeles to San Francisco in a single sitting. It’ll have self-driving capacity and zero emissions.
Indoors, it seats four on seats that swivel back and forth, and a steering wheel which goes from side to side or disappears entirely. The cottage is outfitted in British silk, wool, and cashmere.
“It is supposed to feel like going to the Concorde from initial course,” Palmer says. Generation at the 114-year-old Lagonda manufacturer will start by 2021 in the organization’s mill in Wales; another version may arrive at 2023. Lagonda made a brief reappearance using a limited-run $1 million version in 2015, however, the marque has been dormant.
All this came mostly from increasing demand in North America, both the U.K., and China, espeically for its DB11 and “unique versions,” Palmer says.
That version is anticipated to be viewed, at least in theory form, by early next year.
In addition to the Lagonda, Aston Martin revealed the 1,100-horsepower Valkyrie AMR Guru, a track-only growth of the marque’s hypercar which has performance capabilities like those of a Formula One car–and a high rate of over 223 mph. It is the strongest Aston Martin ever produced.
The DB11 is your best selling Aston Martin ever in history. This is the first time both the derivatives of the DB11 as well as the brand new Vantage have been shown together.